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How to use Automator to sort files in subfolder


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Lets say I have a Main Folder which has 20 subfolders that contain Pictures.

I would like to use Automator

in order the pictures on each subfolder to be sorted according to their name and then exported to a pfd file. I don't want the pictures mixed all together and then sorted. I would like them sorted/arranged by name in their folder and then exported to a single pdf file. Is their any easy way to do this?
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