Learn how to extract a single page or multiple pages from a PDF file using Adobe Acrobat.
What you'll need
Open the Organize Pages tool
Open the Organize Pages tool using the shortcut in the right pane or from the Tools center, accessed at the top left.
Click the Select a File button
Open a PDF you want to extract pages from
In the Open dialog box, select the Bodea.pdf sample file or other file from which you want to save one or more pages into a separate PDF file. Then click Open.
Select Extract in the top menu
Highlight pages that you want to extract
When you select pages to extract, you can select a single page or a set of specific pages:
- To extract a set of consecutive pages, select the first page you want to extract. Then press the Shift key (Windows and macOS), and select the final page you want to extract to highlight the set.
- To extract non-consecutive pages, select a page to extract. Then, press the Ctrl key (Windows) or Cmd key (macOS) and select each additional page you want to extract into a new PDF document.
Select the “Delete Pages after extracting” check box if you want to remove the pages from the original PDF upon extraction. Select the “Extract pages as separate files” checkbox to extract each highlighted page as a separate PDF file.
Click Extract to extract the selected pages
Click the blue Extract button to create a new PDF file of the highlighted pages.
Save your new PDF
When the PDF of extracted pages opens in a new tab, choose File > Save or File > Save As. Then, select a filename and location for the new file. Learn more about organizing pages in a PDF file and combining files, including merging Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files. If you must split PDF pages in a document, you can also learn more about splitting a PDF.