How to Delete PDF Pages With Adobe Acrobat DC

Updated on January 14, 2020
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Joshua has work experience in manufacturing, distribution, and aerospace. He received his BBA in accounting from Kent State University.

Deleting Pages From PDF Documents

There a few ways to delete the pages of PDFs in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. One way is by use of the keyboard short cut Ctrl + Shift + D. Here a small box appears and asks you what range of pages you would like to delete. The other way is completed by following a series of steps to use the organize pages tool found in the tools section. The difference between these solutions is visibility. To visually inspect the pages before deleting them you would want to use the method completed from the tools section. This way requires only 5 easy steps when you are working in Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.

These steps to deleting pages from the tool section are described in detail throughout the remainder of this text.

1. First, open the Adobe Acrobat Pro DC application. Next, open your file by navigating to the file menu and selecting open.

A file can also be opened in the Windows operating system by pressing Ctrl + O. Additionally, files can also be found by clicking on the home tab, followed by clicking on my computer and then the browse button.
A file can also be opened in the Windows operating system by pressing Ctrl + O. Additionally, files can also be found by clicking on the home tab, followed by clicking on my computer and then the browse button.

2. Select the path for the file that you wish to edit, followed by clicking on the open button.

A file can also be searched for by choosing a route, followed by typing the file name in the search box.
A file can also be searched for by choosing a route, followed by typing the file name in the search box.

3. Click in the organize pages button in the tools pane on the right side if the page.

4. Select the pages that you would like to delete by dragging your cursor around those pages.

If you can't view all the pages, there is a slider bar in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that will allow you adjust the size of the pages.
If you can't view all the pages, there is a slider bar in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that will allow you adjust the size of the pages.

5. Click on the delete pages button located in the organize pages toolbar.

Pages can be deleted individually by selecting them and hovering over them. After the delete page option appears, click on it.
Pages can be deleted individually by selecting them and hovering over them. After the delete page option appears, click on it.

6. Save the file with the save button on the tool bar.

The file can also be saved from the file menu or simply by pressing Ctrl + S.
The file can also be saved from the file menu or simply by pressing Ctrl + S.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Joshua Crowder

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