PDF files are text-based documents that can include links, photographs and other media. They’re typically opened with Adobe Acrobat or as read-only files in Adobe Reader. Adobe Acrobat includes functionality to remove pages from a PDF document and save them as a separate file. Using the Extract tool maintains the formatting, links and media in the original document, which can be lost if you simply copy and paste the PDF into a new document. If you don’t have Acrobat there are other methods available to know that how To Extract PDF Pages for FREE!
1 Double click on the document you want to use to open it in Adobe Acrobat. You must have Acrobat to complete the Extraction. Adobe Reader, the free PDF-reader, does not have the functionality.
2 Click on “Tools,” choose “Pages” and then “Extract”.
3 Type in the page numbers you want to extract. If you want a single page, put that page number in both boxes.
4 Choose additional options. If you want to remove the pages, choose “Delete Pages After Extracting.” If you want each page you’ve selected to open it its own document, choose “Extract Pages as Separate Files.” If you want all the pages together in a new document, leave both options clear.
5 Confirm your choices. The new document with the extracted pages will open in a new window.
1 View the pages of the PDF you want to extract. Click the “Print Screen” key to take a screenshot of your desktop.
2 Click on “Start” and search for “Paint”. Select the Paint program from the search results.
3 Click “Ctrl-V” to paste the image into Paint.
4 Click “Ctrl-S” to save the image as a PNG file. Enter a filename. You can also specify a different filetype from the drop-down menu. Click “Save” to save the file.
Copy and Paste
1 Place your cursor next to the part of the PDF you want to extract. Highlight the information you want to save. Click “Ctrl-C” to copy the information you’ve selected.
2 Click on “Start” and then “All Programs.” Select your word processing program and launch a new document.
3 Click “Ctrl+V” to paste the information onto the blank document.
4 Press “Ctrl-S” to save the document. Type a file name and choose “Save”.