Automatons Step-by-Step Tutorial : Auto-Renaming PDFs Based on Contents from Your Documents. Step 1. Start using this script to rename a batch of documents. Step 2. This example shows how to use the new name for the entire batch of documents. How to Rename Multiple Documents with Content from Mac Document — Gist Jul 4, 2022 — Using the Mac's Automaton I'm going to go through some of the steps it takes to rename multiple documents from one document to another. Step 1. Open the document that you want to rename from Mac/Computer File —> Open > Select All > open. Step 2. Right-click the document in question > Properties > Advanced > click on Rename. Step 3. Click the new name in the toolbar on the top of the window. In the dialog box, click on Add. Gist of the above dialog box Step 4. When it's done, you will see the following dialog box. Step 4. This will add text to rename the document for me now. The new content is now selected. Here's how it looks in the editor. This looks much more like how the original file looked before to rename : Step 5. If you are going to do this again, then you can edit the names of the documents with the content you want. You can either rename the document as a whole (in which case the entire folder has to be renamed), or you can name different files based on their content (to make using the script to rename easier). Also, make sure to create a new folder for the files that have the new name (this is done in step 7). Q: I'm trying to batch rename multiple PDFs with the content from a specific document with Apple PDF Viewer, what's the best way? Jul 14, 2022 — The best way for me would be to export the PDFs to PDF and then rename all or parts of documents on my Mac with Apple PDF Viewer. Q: If I want to rename multiple files in a batch file in iTunes, I'm supposed to rename all the folders within the PDF, but I've tested with the content from the same file, but in which case there's no way to do the renaming? Jul 14, 2022 — Here's how I did it (but using the same method).