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Zhaoqi Li

how to separate pdf files into multiple files?

Hello,
how do you separate combined pdf files from Zipfile, Authentisign, or docsign? I cannot simply deplete pages in Adobe Acrobat. Any one who can help?
thanks

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how to separate pdf files into multiple files?

By Zhaoqi Li   
Posted on May 05, 2022 in Topic: General
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Hello,
how do you separate combined pdf files from Zipfile, Authentisign, or docsign? I cannot simply deplete pages in Adobe Acrobat. Any one who can help?
thanks
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Josephine Barnes
about 3 weeks ago
I’ve used the PDF Expert app in the past to do this.


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https://apps.apple.com/us/app/pdf-expert-pdf-editor-reader/id743974925


about 3 weeks ago
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Jenine Cinco
about 3 weeks ago
Authentisign - click document -> document slicer (looks like three papers icon) -> select document/page you want separated(until you see the page with the light blue border highlight) -> click save -> save as and keep the box ‘select pages’ checked -> then name your document -> then it’ll ask if you want to save changes, yes.

Zipform - click transaction > click documents tab > click document you want to modify > click split and rotate (if you don’t see it, click ‘more’ > click add split > select one of the pages you want separated and name document accordingly > then click ‘add split’ again if you want to create more separate documents

Hopefully this helps!


about 3 weeks ago
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Brandy Liss
about 3 weeks ago
I use ilovepdf.com so easy and you can use it for separation, merging, conversions from other formats.


about 3 weeks ago
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Glay Posch
about 3 weeks ago
First idea that comes to mind - print out everything, then scan (sending to your email) and download/save each document separately.


about 3 weeks ago
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Beverly Schulz
about 3 weeks ago
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Julie Angilella
about 3 weeks ago
This is a great question. With a lot of good answers. I am old school. I usually "print to PDF". Then select the pages that I want to print, then rename and save. But I always wondered if there was any easier faster way,.


about 3 weeks ago
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Tracy Johnson
about 3 weeks ago
I use the print to pdf option as well. Select print but then where your drop down to select the printer is choose “print to pdf” and then select what pages and it’ll save just those pages as a new file. Continue until all the files needed are saved.


about 3 weeks ago
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Arfacxad Cabrera
about 3 weeks ago
Once files are signed you can download the PDFs to your computer. You can then upload these files into ZipForms after creating a folder. ZipForms has a feature to split or separate files. I hope this helps.


about 3 weeks ago
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Joe Applewhite
about 3 weeks ago
Print to PDF is the easiest and free


about 3 weeks ago
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Pia Johal
about 3 weeks ago
Zipform-
Go to Transaction
Click open the folder you want
Click on Documents
Open the "E-sign Packet" it is the packet with all signed docs.
This is a box with a Folder pic
All induvial signed PDF docs are here.
Hover over curser on each PDF and it will highlight a blue button on upper right corner.
Click-Open the drop-down menu.
Download each PDF on your Desktop.
Or call me I can walk you thru. 832-851-9190


about 3 weeks ago
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Syreeta Hartfield
about 3 weeks ago
The workaround I use to is print to PDF the pages I need. You may or may not have noticed that most computers come with the 'Microsoft Print to PDF' as an option in the printer list. It allows you to select which pages you want to print to PDF and you can navigate to a folder of your choice to save the new document. Hope this helps.


about 3 weeks ago
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Lisa Hoogenboom
about 3 weeks ago
On my laptop, if I have a file I want to save in multiple parts, I go to the print Page and instead of selecting a printer, I select save as pdf, then you can choose which pages to save, and rename it as necessary. Hope that helps.


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Personal experience.


about 3 weeks ago
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Brenda Cheney
about 3 weeks ago
I do "Print to PDF", then select the pages you want to print or save then rename and save.


about 3 weeks ago
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Gabriela DeLaTorre
about 3 weeks ago
Great answers from everyone. In case this helps, adobe has a Split option under Tools, Organize Pages . The icon looks like Scissors. From there you can choose to split to multiple files. I use Adobe Acrobat Standard DC. See link for more details.


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https://www.adobe.com/acrobat/how-to/split-pdf-pages.html


about 3 weeks ago
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Joseph Salas
about 3 weeks ago
purchase adobe acrobat dc


about 3 weeks ago
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Kiriaki Koymarianos
about 3 weeks ago
I do it by pretending to save and then I choose the pages that I want and save them separately


about 3 weeks ago
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Tracie Benton
about 3 weeks ago
You can print out you PDF but instead of it going to your printer, you save for it as a PDF and put the range of pages you want. It will save as a PDF.


about 3 weeks ago
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JO Po
about 3 weeks ago
I use 2 online websites - to split pages and also UNLOCK PDFs
https://www.ilovepdf.com/
https://smallpdf.com/

If you have Acrobat Pro ( but this you have to pay for )


about 3 weeks ago
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Barbara Trammell
about 3 weeks ago
This is how I do it using adobe acrobat.
1. Open the document and on the left-hand side expand the toolbar so that you see the icons for thumbnails, bookmarks, etc.
2. Right-click on the first page of each document and add a bookmark. Name the bookmark to correspond to the document name you intend to use
3. Once you have bookmarked each document in the set on the left-hand side click on Organize Pages. This should take you to a thumbnail view of the pages
4. Look at the toolbar directly above the thumbnails and select split. This will open another toolbar which will give you the option to split the document in various ways
5. Click the dropdown next to "Split By" and select top-level bookmarks. Select the appropriate output options and then select split.


about 3 weeks ago
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Keith Chau
about 3 weeks ago
How to split a PDF file:
Open the PDF in Acrobat DC.

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. You can use additional PDF tools to extract pages or delete pages.

Save as new file:
Name your new PDF file and click the “Save” button. That’s it.


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https://www.adobe.com/acrobat/how-to/split-pdf-pages.html#:~:text=Choose “Organize Pages” > “,then “Split” to finish.


about 3 weeks ago
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James Meador
about 3 weeks ago
There are a lot of great answers on here already, but I've messed around with several ways to split documents and to me, the easiest and fastest way is "Print to pdf" and just save each page range you want as a separate document.


about 3 weeks ago
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Alma Puerto
about 2 weeks ago
Hello Zhaoqi Li, you can use a computer app called: pdffiller.com once you upload the original pdf you can delete the pages desired and save it as a new document. Hope it helps ! I use this tool a lot :)


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Own experience


about 2 weeks ago
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Marian Rohat
about 1 week ago
Ilovepdf.com . Easy to use, self explanatory and....FREE !!! https://www.ilovepdf.com/split_pdf


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https://www.ilovepdf.com/split_pdf" target="_new">https://www.ilovepdf.com/split_pdf


about 1 week ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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