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Go to Edit-Preferences and in the Documents section see if PDF/A View Mode is set to Always. Change it to Never, then try to delete pages. I remember reading in other threads that if you close the PDF then reopen it, you may then be able to delete the pages.
To modify an object, select first. Use left mouse button to click inside field to select and edit it. To change the properties of the selected object, Press Key "F4", Menu Format => Current Object's Properties, or Click . To align objects, please select the Align Tool .
Click "File->Open" to add your large PDF document, the pages will be listed as thumbnails below; Find the position you want to insert pages: Find the page you want to delete, then right click "Delete", then the page will be deleted ASAP, you can also delete many pages at the same time;
Drag and drop your PDF file in the box above. Delete each page by hovering over its thumbnail and click the trash icon. You can also rearrange and rotate the pages if needed. Click 'Apply Changes' and download the modified file.
Drag and drop your PDF file in the box above. Delete each page by hovering over its thumbnail and click the trash icon. You can also rearrange and rotate the pages if needed. Click 'Apply Changes' and download the modified file.
Go to Edit-Preferences and in the Documents section see if PDF/A View Mode is set to Always. Change it to Never, then try to delete pages. I remember reading in other threads that if you close the PDF then reopen it, you may then be able to delete the pages.
Open the PDF in Acrobat. Choose the Organize Pages tool from the right pane. Select a page thumbnail you want to delete and click the Delete icon to delete the page. A confirmation dialog box is displayed.
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