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I am curious if there is a good program that will remove MetaData from multiple document types? Some programs have a "prepare document" feature but it generally only applies to one file type or extension. I am looking for something that can process a dissimilar group of files types at once.

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I have solved same issue with Office 2003/XP Add-in: Remove Hidden Data

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BatchPurifier - can remove metadata from 18 file types (MS Office, OpenOffice, PDF, etc)

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