PDFs are easily one of the world's most widely used file formats today, and since the ability to edit a PDF arrived, it has only become more popular. The range of benefits a PDF provides makes it the clear-cut choice for any business sending simple or complex documents.
While many use PDFs, few know how to manipulate these documents in various possible ways to get more use from them. Today we're discussing a topic many have no doubt pondered: how can you cut pages from a PDF document without having to recreate the entire thing and add pages to the PDF one at a time?
Using Power PDF to Remove PDF Pages From Your Document
Removing pages from a PDF requires using the built-in document management toolset that comes with Power PDF. You can use these tools to quickly modify your documents without needing browser-based tools that might take ages to find. Here's a quick how-to:
- Open the PDF using Power PDF.
- Look for the "Pages" buttons grouping. You can find this on the Home ribbon, so you should see it by default.
- Locate and click on "Document Assembly".
- You will be given a display showing all the pages in the current PDF. You can now select any of these pages and click the Delete button to remove them from the document entirely.
Note: you can remove a single page or a range of pages; it's up to you.
- Once you've deleted these pages, remember to save the document to keep your changes.
Note: if you wish to save a copy with the changes WITHOUT altering the original, remember to use the Save As function instead of the basic Save function, as Save overwrites the currently open document.
And there you have it. A simple yet effective process that allows you to remove unwanted pages from a PDF. You can do this with PDF documents you created or even with documents sent to you by coworkers for quick collaboration.
Do More When You Use Power PDF
Power PDF is an incredibly effective tool to have in your arsenal if you extensively use PDFs. Power PDF keeps things simple, so anyone can harness its extensive list of functionalities for their own benefit. Here are some quick things you can expect:
- Familiar Microsoft Word-like appearance to keep things simple.
- Create and edit PDFs.
- Manipulate PDFs with page deletion, PDF merging, and even page rearranging.
- Insert new pages into an existing PDF.
- Split pages out of an existing PDF into an entirely new document.
- Secure your PDF documents to prevent unwanted alterations.
If you want to try out the software first, we provide a 15-day free trial during which you can explore the complete suite of tools that Power PDF offers. Even if you decide to buy it, you still get a 30-day money-back guarantee if you're not happy with the product later.