How to rename PDF file with defined content tag in command line?
You can write command line as follows:
C:\RenameFiles>set RenameCmd="C:\Program Files\A-PDF Rename\prncmd.exe"
C:\RenameFiles>for %f in (*.pdf) do %RenameCmd% "%f" "%Content_tag1%" -L"Content_tag1.rul"
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