Sometimes we get a large PDF file containing a huge amount of information. But the PDF file contains only a few pages that is useful for us. This is very common for the school or the university students. They find a large book but only 2 or 3 chapters from the whole book are useful for them.
In case of the PDF files, we can simply extract the pages that are useful to us or the ones that are of great interest. We do not need to buy an expensive tool for extracting the pages from a PDF file. We can use the free online version of Adobe Acrobat to extract the pages from any PDF file.
Here is how the Adobe Acrobat’s online version can be used to extract the pages of a PDF file:
- First of all you have to visit https://www.adobe.com/acrobat/online/extract-pdf-pages.html in your desktop web browser such as Google Chrome.
- Click on the Select a file button and then select a PDF file from your computer. As soon as you select the PDF file, it will be uploaded to the Adobe Acrobat servers.
- Your PDF file will be uploaded to the Adobe servers and then you will have a user interface showing all the pages in the file. We can then select the pages displayed on the screen that we want to extract the pages and then click on the Extract button.
- It takes only a few seconds and then the extracted PDF pages are available for your download. The PDF file can also be saved in your Adobe Acrobat cloud storage.
For performing these operations, we need a free account of Adobe Acrobat online. This account can be created easily by supplying your email address, name and other information. You can also login using the Facebook or the Apple accounts.