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The following Microsoft Power Automate Desktop flow shows how to compress a folder of PDFs in place using the Win2PDF Desktop command line compress command.




To use this "flow", copy the following into a new Power Automate Desktop flow:


# This sample demonstrates how to compress a folder of PDFs using the Win2PDF compress command line compress with Microsoft Power Automate Desktop.

Display.SelectFolder Description: $'''Select Folder to Compress''' IsTopMost: False SelectedFolder=> SelectedFolder ButtonPressed=> ButtonPressed3

Folder.GetFiles Folder: SelectedFolder FileFilter: $'''*.pdf''' IncludeSubfolders: False FailOnAccessDenied: True SortBy1: Folder.SortBy.NoSort SortDescending1: False SortBy2: Folder.SortBy.NoSort SortDescending2: False SortBy3: Folder.SortBy.NoSort SortDescending3: False Files=> Files

LOOP FOREACH CurrentItem IN Files

    /# Compress the PDF file in place using the Win2PDF compress command line:

C:\\Windows\\System32\\spool\\drivers\\x64\\3\\win2pdfd.exe compress "%CurrentItem%" 50 "%CurrentItem%"#/

    Scripting.RunDOSCommand.RunDOSCommand DOSCommandOrApplication: $'''C:\\Windows\\System32\\spool\\drivers\\x64\\3\\win2pdfd.exe compress \"%CurrentItem%\" 50 \"%CurrentItem%\"''' WorkingDirectory: $'''c:\\windows\\system32\\spool\\drivers\\x64\\3\\''' StandardOutput=> CommandOutput StandardError=> CommandErrorOutput ExitCode=> CommandExitCode