Separate PDF Pages
If you have an Adobe Acrobat DC Subscription, you can divide it using the built-in PDF split feature. If you don't want to purchase Acrobat, then you can use other free online tools.
Separate a PDF in Adobe Acrobat DC
- To separate your single PDF into multiple PDFs, go to the Tools menu, and select the Organize Pages tool. And select Open.
Note: Adobe allows limited tools in the free version. To use the Organize tool, you need to purchase the Adobe Acrobat DC.
- Select your PDF file from the Open dialog box then click Open.
- Choose a single PDF file that you want to split. Acrobat allows you to split the pages in multiple ways. We can choose any one or we can select the pages individually.
- Here, I have selected three pages.
- After selecting the pages which you want to separate, click on Split.
- Choose Output Options to define the save location, name of the new file, and to decide how to split your file.
- You can save your original file to the same folder, or you can select a new folder. You can also decide the label of the new files. Now, click, OK.
You will receive a message of confirmation.
Separate a PDF in online Tools
There are many online tools available to separate a PDF into multiple documents, such as ilovepdf, Split-a-PDF, SodaPDF, FreePDFConvert, PDF2Go, Smallpdf, Sejda, etc.
Here, we will use ilovepdf tool.
- Go to the given link. You will get the page like below:
- Click on Select PDF file or drag your PDF file. Browse your file and click on the Open button.
- Define the range from the Range Mode section.
- After applying all the customization, click on Split PDF.
- Now, select Download Split PDF to download your file on your computer.
Separate a PDF in Google Chrome
- To open the PDF in Google Chrome, go to the location of the PDF and right-click on the PDF.
- Select Open with menu and choose Google Chrome browser. Your PDF file will open in the chrome.
- Click on the Print icon from the top right corner of the page.
- Go to the Pages section and select Custom.
- Define the range of the pages that you want to split and create as a new document. For example, suppose you have a 9-page PDF that you want to split. The first four pages in one file and last 5 in another. So, enter the range 1-4 to create a PDF file with the first four pages. You can repeat the same process to make the second document and define the range from 5-9 pages.
- Now, Click Save and define the name and location of the new PDF file.
- You can repeat the same process to create two or more new PDF files from the original one.