If you need to monitor statistics on PDF files, checking different information about your PDF documents not opening them, try TiffTeller utility. It can tell you how many pages are on multiple files. This ability is excellent when you need to plan how much paper for printing or space for storing the documentation you will need. Such reports are also used in various development tasks.
Those who have TiffTeller utility can't imagine how to count pages in multiple PDF files manually and create reports for this. You will need to review each document separately, write down the number of pages into table, save this table as report. It will take quite a lot of time, especially when you deal with tens of documents. TiffTeller easily manages with this boring job, automatically counting the number of pages.
If you just need to see how many pages in this or that document, you can just open the program, click on the proper folder with your documents. You will see the table with file names, page numbers, size and other information for each document. You can set the specific characteristics you want to see in this list. If you need to create a report for this information, follow these steps:
- Click on the folder with PDF files for analyzing.
- Press Export button (right icon on the top bar)
- Select format for export
- Form a set of report fields
- Adjust captions, header and footer (if needed)
- Press Start Export button
If you need to export only number of pages, you should set only PageCount field for export. Mention that the information has to be exported to some existing file, so just make some empty file of proper format beforehand. Then you will only set path to it in settings wizard.
Download TiffTeller utility from here. You can try free trial version first before the purchase.