How to Split a PDF Document by Page Without Adobe Acrobat, Using Google Chrome. This How To instructs a user on how to split a PDF document by page using Google Chrome. Disclaimer: This method will not work on PDF types not supported enable adobe pdf viewer in chrome the Chrome PDF viewer.
The Chrome viewer will almost always give a warning that certain features will not display without Adobe Reader, but this message can most often be ignored safely. Install Google Chrome if you haven’t already. Navigate to the chrome plugins page and ensure that the Chrome PDF Viewer is enabled. Navigate to the PDF either via web address or by loading a pdf from your machine. If the pdf is out on the internet, simply go to the right place.
If the pdf is on your computer, open an explorer window and navigate to the folder that the pdf is in. Drag and drop the document onto the Chrome window. On the PDF toolbar pictured below, click the printer icon on the far right. You’ll probably have to put your mouse pointer to the bottom for the menu to appear. Change the pages radio button from all to the button next to the text field.
Proceed to enter into the text box the pages that you wish to assemble into a new document. The pictured page set would assemble 5 pages into the new document. Click Save and choose a location and file name for the new document. World Possible is a Nonprofit Organization with a mission to connect offline learners to the world’s knowledge. They work to ensure that anyone can access the best educational resources from the web anytime, anywhere, even if they do not have an Internet connection.
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