How to delete pages from an existing pdf?

In this article, I will show you a way about how to delete pages from an an existing file. Then you can only keep the pages which are useful for you in some PDF files. As to detail steps, please refer to the following content.

Step 1. Download software PDF Split-Merge.

This software is the essential part for deleting pages from an existing PDF file, so first you need to install this software to your PC. Here is the free downloading link for you: If you need to choose other versions or know more about this software, you need to go to its homepage. This software is a combination of command line version and GUI version. You can either call it from MS Dos Windows or use its interface to work for you. I will use its GUI version to show you how to delete pages in this article. The following snap shot is the interface of this software.

PDF Split-Merge interface

Step 2.Add file to this software.

First, click the tab Delete page/page range to go to this function menu tab. Then click the button Browser to add PDF files needed deleting pages. In the option part, please set the page range or single page that you need to delete. In the output PDF file part, please choose a location to save the converted file. Or you can save it as its source file. If you have finished the setting part, you can click button Run to begin the deleting process. A few seconds later, you can get the new PDF file in some directory.

By the way, this software also can help you split files by pages or merge multiple PDF files or selected pages from one or more files into a PDF file, preservation of original links, and form fields.

By this way, you can delete pages in a few seconds. If you have further question, please contact us at once. You can use the ways stated on this website

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