Hidden Gems in Acrobat DC: Splitting Apart PDF Files
There’s nothing better than a well-organized document. PDF files with hundreds of pages can be cumbersome to navigate, but bookmarks turn a potential nightmare into a dream. Like a virtual table of contents, bookmarks can help you and your coworkers identify portions of a document that need your attention. Sometimes, though, less is more. You may only want to share a specific portion of a document with someone, rather than asking them to wade through an information overload. Luckily, Acrobat DC allows you to use bookmarks to break apart large PDF files.
Any top-level bookmark can be used to create individual PDF files from a larger one. Check out how:
- Open the Bookmark navigation pane. Use Ctrl or Cmd + B to create a bookmarks on each page you want to break apart.
- Type the word “split” in the Tools Search window and select Organize Pages.
- Select Split from the toolbar. Choose Top level bookmarks from the dropdown and then run the Split command.
- A confirmation dialog appears when the process is complete.
No more slogging through miles of content just to find one specific section. Awesome.
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