How to Delete Pages From a PDF

by | Mar 22, 2024

You can delete a single or multiple pages from your PDF file using Chrome, Edge, or Preview. Using Chrome, Edge, or Preview, you can delete a single or several pages from your PDF file.

In these web browsers, you basically open your PDF and use the virtual PDF printer to make a new copy of your PDF. This copy only contains the pages that you wish to keep.

Note: If your PDF has clickable web links (hyperlinks), those will not work in the resulting PDF. Other than that, this is a great method to use.

To Delete Pages From a PDF:

To begin, open File Explorer on Windows and locate your PDF. Choose Open With > Google Chrome from the context menu when you right-click your PDF (or Microsoft Edge). Let’s start with Google Chrome.

  • Click the “Print” option (a printer icon) at the top-right corner in the PDF’s preview that appears in Chrome.
  • Choose “Save as PDF.” from the “Destination” drop-down menu.
  • Choose Custom option from “Pages” dropdown and enter the page numbers you want to keep in the document separated by a comma For example: 1, 3, 4, 6.Use a hyphen(-) separator to use a range (1-5).
  • Click on “Save” option when its done.
  • In the “Save As” window that opens, select a folder to save your PDF. You can also save the file with a different name. Save_Page. Chrome will make a PDF that only contains your mentioned page numbers. You’ll find this file in your specified folder.