How to Split a PDF Into Individual Pages Using Google Chrome

PDF group is broadly utilized in business and industry to store classified data. This organization is very sheltered to be utilized for the business documents as it is a non-editable arrangement and is liberated from infection assaults. A reduced estimated PDF report is exceptionally simple to download and transfer. In spite of numerous characteristics of PDF, it might become obligatory now and again to change over PDF to Word. There can be numerous reasons that help this transformation.

  • Word makes the record editable and you can alter any substance and include tables, pictures, segments, and so on to the report.
  • You can make essential modifications in paper size as per the need.
  • You can embed bookmarks and hyperlinks for featuring significant data.
  • Word permits the client to run the spelling and syntax watch that makes it simple to compose a precise language.

To Convert PDF to Word, you can utilize a decent PDF transformation apparatus. Such transformation devices help you to make the change procedure quick and simple. In addition, the first designing (counting format textual style, tables, bookmarks, sections, pivoted writings, and so forth.) is held after the procedure of change is finished.

If you have ever needed to take certain sections/pages from a PDF, Google Chrome allows you to do this in a few easy steps. This can be very useful if you have a PDF that is 20 pages or so and only 1 or 2 of them are relevant to what you need. The steps are as follows.

Note: If you do not have Google Chrome, you should stop everything and download it right now!

Step 1.

Take your PDF file and drag or open it into Chrome.

Step 2.

Once your PDF is open in the browser, Press print.

Step 3.

Select which pages/page you want to “crop” from the PDF.

In the example, we are taking only the first page. To do the second page, just put “2” (and so forth).

Press save and your new PDF will now be comprised of only the first page.

That’s it! You now have your modified PDF.


9 Responses to How to Split a PDF Into Individual Pages Using Google Chrome

  1. Hovlik Doutt
    9:15 pm on April 6th, 2019

    Awesome! Everything works smoothly. I think you just saved my project!! THANKYOU!!! I used to split PDF with Acethinker PDF writer, free and works pretty well for me, share it here as an alternative method.

  2. NAGYCAT
    12:10 am on May 17th, 2019

    In the current versions, there is no “save” button. These instructions are obsolete.

  3. leah
    7:21 pm on October 21st, 2019

    theres no save button!

  4. Martin H
    10:46 pm on November 7th, 2019

    @NAGYCAT You’re incorrect. When you select “Save as PDF” as your printer, the SAVE button appears.

    These instructions are definitely not obsolete at the date of this comment.

  5. Emily Lynn
    3:51 pm on March 24th, 2020

    This tip just literally changed my life! THANK YOU!!!!

  6. Michele
    10:06 am on April 3rd, 2020

    Just wanted to suggest that maybe you could consider updating the instructions to add choosing “Save as PDF” as your printer. Once I read that, this worked like a charm! Thank you!

  7. Fiona Stocker
    12:28 am on April 10th, 2020

    Thank you!!! This is miraculously helpful. haha Weird way to put it but I was becoming incredibly frustrated as I have done it before but on a different computer and now with my Chrome Book, I did do the print option but I still made an error somewhere then decided to google an answer and voila! Two minute read and my problem is solved. Thanks again. =)

  8. mat ridik
    11:42 pm on April 15th, 2020

    TOTALLY still works. Go to printer options and save as PDF after choosing the page or pages you wish to isolate. This ended a lot of frustration.

  9. TexasGirl
    11:49 am on June 17th, 2020

    This is MAGIC. Agree, it wasn’t obvious that you need to set your printer to save as PDF.

    THANK YOU

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