Utility targeting users who frequently extract specific pages or page ranges from PDF documents, divide large PDF files into smaller documents or delete unnecessary PDF pages. The application supports three modes of page extraction.
Feb 25, 2013 13:52:40
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Advanced Batch PDF Page Extractor is a utility targeting users who frequently extract specific pages or page ranges from PDF documents, divide large PDF files into smaller documents or delete unnecessary PDF pages. The application supports three modes of page extraction: all selected pages from all input PDF files are extracted to one PDF document, each selected page from each input PDF file is extracted to a separate PDF document, all selected pages from each input PDF file are extracted to a separate PDF document. The application comes with an interface to automatically or manually import input PDF documents, sort them by path, size, creation date and to define page numbers or page ranges that should only be extracted from these files. In addition to this, the application automatically persists most recently used input and output directory paths, detects password-protected input PDF files and permits assignment of a custom name to the output PDF document.
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