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If you want to convert a single PDF to iWork Pages on macOS 11, you can go to the "File" menu first. Then select the "Export To" > "Pages" button. If the PDF file is scanned or image-based PDF, you can turn on the OCR option. Finally, click "Convert" to start the process.
Choose Organize Pages > Split. Choose how you want to split a single file or multiple files. Name and save: Click Output Options to decide where to save, what to name, and how to split your file. Split your PDF: Click OK and then Split to finish.
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.
Choose Organize Pages > Split. Choose how you want to split a single file or multiple files. Name and save: Click Output Options to decide where to save, what to name, and how to split your file.
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