Organizing pages in a PDF document

The PDF Editor allows you to delete, rotate, crop, move, replace, and recognize selected pages, as well as add missing or empty pages, correct page images, and create new PDF files using selected pages. Any of this can be done by quickly switching between the different pages of your PDF document or by selecting an appropriate range of pages.

To switch the Organize Pages mode, select the Organize Pages tab.

To select the appropriate pages, in the box, specify either a page number, a page range (e.g., 2,3,5-7), or select one of the following from the drop-down list: Even Pages, Odd Pages, All Pages.

Deleting a page from a PDF document...

Rotating a page...

Cropping a page...

Adding an empty page to a PDF document...

Adding pages from a PDF document...

Adding pages from a file...

Scanning pages and adding them to a PDF document...

Modifying page order in a document...

Replacing document pages...

Splitting a PDF document...

Recognizing selected pages...

Enhancing page images...

Creating a PDF document from the selected pages...

Image processing parameters for added pages...

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