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When the "Auto-name Files" option is enabled, advanced users can control the format of the file name using the "User Defined" option.

 

Auto-name Settings - User Defined

Auto-name Settings - User Defined

 

When the "User Defined" option is enabled, the field is filled with the currently selected options in a tag format that is delimited by % characters (e.g. %PDFHour%).  Advanced users can re-order the Win2PDF tags to match their requirements, or mix and match tags to create their own file name format.  The supported tags are:

 

%PDFTitle%

Document title set by the application

%PDFDate%

Eight digit date separated by dashes in the format month-day-year (12-25-2015)

%PDFTime%

Six digit 12 hour time separated by dashes in the format hour-minute-second-AM/PM (12-59-59 PM)

%PDFYear%

Four digit number for the current year (2015)

%PDFMonth%

Two digit number for the current month (12)

%PDFMonthName%

Three character abbreviated name for the current month (Dec)

%PDFDay%

Two digit number for the current day of the month (25)

%PDFDayName%

Three character abbreviated name for the day of the week (Wed)

%PDFDayInWeek%

One digit number for the current day of the week

%PDFHour%

Two digit number for the current hour in a 12 hour format (12)

%PDFHour24%

Two digit number for the current hour in a 24 hour format (24)

%PDFMinute%

Two digit number for the current minute within the hour (59)

%PDFSecond%

Two digit number for the current second within the minute (59)

%PDFMillisecond%

Three digit number for the current millisecond (999)

%PDFTimeMarker%

Two character abbreviation for AM or PM

 

The "Sample File Name" listed at the bottom of the window is updated to show the resulting file name based on the options selected.  This option can be combined with any of the other auto-name options.