Top Solution for Removing Pages from a PDF
Constantly working with digital documents means that we are often on the hunt for the fastest and easiest way to process our files. When working with PDFs, deleting pages from a PDF document is one of the key issues. Movavi PDF Editor offers a simple yet elegant solution for any PDF file manipulation, including fast, two-click page removal.
Please continue reading below to learn how to delete PDF pages you don't need using Movavi PDF Editor.
How to Remove Pages from a PDF File
Step 1. Install the Software
Click the Download button to download the Movavi PDF Editor installation manager. Navigate to the downloaded file and run the installation manager. Follow the instructions provided on the screen.
Step 2. Open Your PDF File
After the installation is complete, launch the application. Click the Open File button and select the PDF document you want to process.
Step 3. Delete Certain Pages from the PDF
If you need to delete a single page, find that page in the preview panel, click on it with the right mouse button and choose Delete from the context menu.
To delete multiple blank or other unwanted pages, switch to the page management mode using the Manage Pages button. Select the pages you want to delete by doing one of the following: hold down the Ctrl key and click on the desired pages to select multiple random pages; for multiple consecutive pages, hold down the Shift key (Cmd key for Mac users) while clicking on the first and last pages. Hit the Delete button in the right-hand panel.
Step 4. Save Your File
After all the changes are complete, you can save your file using the Save or Save As commands from the File menu.
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