Here's the situation: I have .pdf files of all the separate jobs that I've done. Each of these .pdfs are in separate job folders. All the job folders are within the Documents folder on my computer. The job folders are all marked (via spotlight comments) with a job number (e.g., 3-1234). This same number appears somewhere on the corresponding .pdf. What I would like to do is find an automated way to find and copy all of these .pdfs to a single new folder called something like "all my jobs" where my coworkers, on PCs, can search for the job number and find the corresponding .pdf. I dropped one of my .pdfs into a shared location and asked a coworker if searching for the job number would return the correct .pdf. Unfortunately, it did not. It seems whatever version of Windows the organization is using isn't searching inside files for content. Either that or I need to instruct him on how to search for this file in a way that will find it. Or, perhaps more likely… I need a way to take the job number that is in the .pdf (and marked on the enclosing folder) and append that job number to the .pdf filename as it copies it to the new folder. Does that make sense? I was able to create an Automator application that would do the following • Find Finder Items - Any content contains "3-" - Kind is PDF • Copy Finder Items - to "all my jobs" folder …but I'm not sure how I would be able to do the appending. Any ideas of a workflow or a separate application that could accomplish this?