Macro to Print Multiple Copies of PDFs in File order with Print Preference Options

MikeRob

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  1. 2016
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  1. Windows
If I could have anyone help, I would like to see if anyone could provide a macro that would allow me to do what the thread title states. I can provide more details later if needed, but here's ist the scenario:

Files in the folder contain 1325 individual PDFs
if possible I need the macro to be able to perform this:
Batch print all PDFs included in the folder in order from 1 - 1325
as far as the printer preference for this batch printing i need to print 3 copies of each pdf while maintaining the number order, one-sided, stapled top left and collated

I could set this preference myself when printing in the print queue but when trying to batch print with these settings I couldn't get it to do so in file number order.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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