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Apr 27, 2012

I work for a company that has thousands of E-tickets coming in daily, weekly, monthly, etc..These tickets come in bafhakfbaifh.pdf and we have to manually rename them or print them all out and then sort through them and put them in order.What I would like to do is:

1. Split any pdf's that have more than one page or "ticket" in my case. I know how to do this with automator easily, but I'd love to keep it all in one program.

2. Search the file for Event Name (i.e. Madonna)

3. Search the file for Date of event (August 12, 2012)

4. Search the file for Section, Row, Seat (124 3 12)

5. Rename the file based on content found (Madonna August 12 2012 124 3 12.pdf)

6. Move from original download folder to organized folders based on artist/team.

7. Automatically print in alphabetical or some sort of designated order.

So far, I found a PC program called A-PDF rename, but it is not automated enough to be practical. Hazel is awesome at OCRing the pdf and moving from folder to folder, but does not do enough. 

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Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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