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How to Save One Page of a Pdf in Adobe Reader in 4 Easy Steps

Adobe Reader DC for free allows you to open, read and print pdf documents on Windows and Mac. You can even rotate a document using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+L or Ctrl+Shift+R to turn left or right. However, to use more advanced functions such as extracting pages, merging documents or even password protecting documents, you will need Adobe Reader Pro, a paid-for version. 

There may come a time when you only need an individual page or a specific range of pages from a pdf document.. Adobe Reader has a way that you can extract only the page or pages you need from within a document. Let’s look at the steps to save a page with Adobe Reader.

Steps to Save One Page in a Pdf

Step 1: Open the Organize Pages Tab

Open Adobe Reader on your computer. You can open the ‘organize Pages’ tab by clicking on the option in the menu on the right side of the screen or by clicking on the ‘Tools’ option in the top menu of the screen.

Step 2: Select the ‘Extract’ Option

Open the pdf that you want to extract the files from.. You will see the documents opens a little differently. Instead of seeing one page, it will show all the pages that are in the document. The new menu just above the document you opened will be an ‘Extract’ option; click on it.

Step 3: Choose the Pages to Be Extracted

Click on the page or pages that you want to extract from the document. If you choose multiple pages, hold in the Ctrl (Windows) or Cmd (Mac) key while selecting the pages to select a range. The pages you choose will be highlighted.

Step 4: Extract the Pages

Click the blue ‘Extract’ button in the menu above the document, choose where and how you would like to save the extracted pages.

So Many Uses, So Little Time

Adobe Reader DC truly gives you so many different options to use on a pdf document to save you time and make the process of working with pdfs effortless and straightforward. 

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