Extract Pages from PDF and Esign PDF for Android For Free

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To extract non-consecutive pages, click a page to extract, then hold the Ctrl key (Windows) or Cmd key (Mac) and click each additional page you want to extract into a new PDF document.
Open the PDF in Acrobat DC, and then choose Tools > Organize Pages or choose Organize Pages from the right pane. In the secondary toolbar, click Extract. Specify the range of pages to extract. In the new toolbar, do one or more of the following before you click Extract:
Launch the PDF document on your device. Hit the 'Select a printer' option on left. Below that, tap on the drop-down button 'Paper size'. After clicking 'Range of 59' option, enter the number of pages you want to extract.
Drag and drop your PDF into the PDF Splitter. Choose to 'Extract every page into a PDF' or 'Select pages to extract'. For the latter, select the pages you wish to extract. Click 'Split PDF', wait for the process to finish and download.
Open the PDF in Acrobat DC, and then choose Tools > Organize Pages or choose Organize Pages from the right pane. In the secondary toolbar, click Extract. Specify the range of pages to extract. In the new toolbar, do one or more of the following before you click Extract:
Just open a PDF file on your Android device, hit the three-dot menu button and tap on Print. Then, tap on Select a printer and select Save as PDF. Once done, tap on the drop-down button below Paper size and change the Pages to Range of 8 instead of all.
Hold down the Ctrl key to select non-sequential pages and then simply drag them out of the Page Thumbnails pane and onto the Windows desktop. An arrow with a + sign will appear when you drag the pages out of Acrobat and click to release. The resulting file is called Untitled Extract Pages.
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