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How do I remove some pages of a .pdf file? I tried some tips mentioned in different websites, but to no avail.

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It would be helpful to mention what "tips" exactly you've tried so you don't get the same suggestions over again. –  slhck Dec 11 '12 at 19:32
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Sejda is a new "Advanced Online Manipulation Tool" that has the ability to split a PDF document at the page number that you wish. It also has numerous other abilities:

http://sejda.com/

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I've used PDF SAM (Split And Merge) ( http://www.pdfsam.org/ ) numerous times and it works well.

It's a free Java app, so you will need Java installed. It allows PDFS to be extracted to single pages and then reattached back again.

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There are numerous utilities that will allow you to split or remove pages from a PDF, personally I use GIOS PDF splitter, but then there's Adobe's own product.

Simply split the document into it's individual pages, delete a page or two and re-combine.

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You can use any PDF editor, or if you don't want to download/install anything big, use the command-line portable pdftk (PDF Toolkit). Just extract the EXE and DLL to the same directory as your PDF, then from the command prompt use a command similar to the following:

pdftk in.pdf cat 1-12 14-end output out.pdf

This will delete page 13 from the PDF. See the man(ual) and examples pages for more help/options, or just type pdftk --help.

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Another option is to use a PDF printer (e.g. CutePDF ( http://www.cutepdf.com/ ) )

"Print" your PDF to another PDF making sure to choose only the pages you want from the print dialog.

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