How to Remove or Extract Individual Pages from a PDF


Have you ever received large PDF files where all you really needed was a single page or a couple of pages? Here is a tip on how to extract only the content you need using only your browser.

PDF files are great for transferring and reading on different devices, but managing them can be a nuisance. And in some cases, they can be quite large. That obstructs disk space and makes it difficult to send to friends or colleagues. For example, you might get a huge PDF file with tons of pages, but you don't need them all. In fact, of 1,000 pages, you may only need one or two or a select series of pages. If you find yourself in a similar situation, here is a good trick that you can use to extract only one page or pages you need from the archive.

Extract only the pages you need from a PDF file

Deleting the page or individual pages you need does not require any special software. However, applications like Adobe Acrobat or Wondershare PDFelement Pro cab can handle it. Actually, this can be done only with the PDF file and your browser, since any modern browser like Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge can open PDF files. The idea here is similar to using the Print to PDF option.

Open the PDF from which you need the page or pages in your browser. Here I am using Chrome. If you are using a different browser, the options will vary, but the idea is the same. Once the file is open, click on the Print icon in the browser toolbar.


Now on the print dialog page make sure the destination is set to Save as PDF and below you will have the option to Customize the pages you want. For Chrome, set it to Custom and then connect the specific page or pages you want to save as a new PDF. For example, if you only want one page, type that page number. You can also select a range of pages, that is, 6-9 or several pages throughout the document, such as 6-9, 11, 15. Once you have entered the pages you need, click the Save button . [19659010] yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7

Choose a location to store the new document and name it and go! When you open your new PDF file, you will only have the page or pages you selected. Now that you have what you need, you can delete the original or keep it archived as a backup.

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