Extract pages from a pdf can be very easy by using PDFelement. Here are the simple steps as a guide. Launch PDFelement, drag and drop your file to open with it. Go âPageâ> âExtract Pageâ, in the pop-up window, you can select the pages or page range you want to extract. Then hit âOkâ to save the extracted file to your local system. And thatâs it! Hope that helps.
And then cut/taper/copy the two sheets and save the final file. Then cut down two or three sheets. Then print two or three copies of the last page of that “second” version, and you have a copy of your original (in this example) that does not require the PDF conversion (that's what PDF Converter is for). Then use that to make an adaption of your own for PDF use. And that's the basic process. Now onto the more complicated parts... If you've read my other tutorial (see how to convert a Word Book to PDF) then you know that I did not use the PDF Converter Program, but I did use the Word Call Program. If you haven't read my tutorial for Call then you probably 'll never get past this step. So I will explain my own method for making changes to a Word document using the Word Call Program. To do this in Word, go to File>Preferences.