A-PDF INFO Changer Command Line

A-PDF INFO Changer Command Line(APICCMD.exe) is a windows console utilty for showing and changing information of PDF files, includes Author, Title, Subject, Keywords. APICCMD.exe is a standalone program, does *NOT* need Adobe Acrobat.

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