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On the toolbar bar go to the Batch Tab > Convert To > Extract Pages as Image. Set the options for the batch process. Additional details for each of the settings are available below. Once all of the settings are complete, click on Start to begin the batch process.
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.
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. Choose Extract from the new toolbar to pull one or more pages from the PDF file. Specify the range of pages to extract.
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