Acrobat Reader allow us to easily save a copy of the PDF document. How can I save only from page 5 to 10 without purchasing a PDF editing tool?
There are several posibilities:
If you install pdftk you can do it with the command
pdftk cat. The syntax is weird though, so copy carefully:
pdftk in.pdf cat 2-20 output out.pdf
Another free online tool that does what you are asking:
Upload the file, specify the page ranges that you want to extract to a separate file (10-20, 22-) and click "Split".
Its an online service, nothing to install.
There's a command line tool as well, if you prefer that: Sejda PDF command line tool
./bin/sejda-console extractpages -f /input/file.pdf --pageSelection 4-10,20- -o /outputDir
Better than the printer solution since this won't change/alter the original PDF pages.
Disclaimer: I'm one of the developers.
Here is free tool that can do exactly what you are asking :
Put start and end pages + number of the pages in the single file.
The PDFill Free PDF Tools include a simple GUI tool for doing this on Windows:
I've found this to be useful for Windows users who don't want to pay for a PDF editor or use the command line. The free tools support various other features like cropping, rotating and page numbering, and while the website encourages you to buy the full-featured PDFill PDF Editor, the free tools don't expire, watermark your PDFs, or nag you to upgrade.