Because of their capacity to be viewed across different computers with varying operating systems and software, pdf files are commonly used to communicate information. pdf files are popular for use in distributing manuals and handbooks because of their reduced file size. Occasionally, you might have a need to edit a PDF file by removing irrelevant pages. This article will explain how to remove pages from a pdf files viaCommand Line.
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After you get extractable folder, you can operate this function by launching the MS-DOS command prompt window in your computer. The picture will help you.
Press the ok button, a new dialog bow will prop up like that
Here goes the crucial part-input the, it is quite simple and could be found in Command Line User Manual that you already downloaded to your computer.
pdftools -i "C:\input.pdf" -o "C:\output.pdf" "-&" "1,2-4,9"
Where 1,2-4,9 refers to the irrelevant pages, you can put as your requirement.
So far, you can check the text.pdf, its pages has been downsized from 16 to 11, where 1,2,3,4.9 were removed.