The page range method gives you additional page splitting flexibility, including:
1. On the Page Layout ribbon tab, in the Pages group, click Split
2. Click the By page range option, and then enter the page range to use
3. In theGeneral Options group, do any of the following:
4. In the Output Destination and Filenamegroup, do one of the following:
5. Choose how the filename is to be created by selecting an option from the Make the target filename by adding list, entering a starting number if required.
6. In theDestination foldergroup, do one of the following:
7. Click Split
By combining page numbers with simple parameters (commas, dashes, semicolons, odd, and even), you can specify which pages should be merged together to form a new PDF, and which pages should be split separately to form another PDF.
|,||page separator||1-20, 30-40 would create a single PDF containing page 1-20 and 30-40|
|-||from/to||1-5 would extract pages 1 through 5 into a new PDF|
|;||file separator||1-20; 21-40 would create two new PDFs - one containing pages 1-20, the other containing pages 21-40|
|even||even page||1-20 even would create a single PDF containing only the even pages within the range of 1-20|
|odd||odd page||1-20 odd would create a single PDF containing only the odd pages within the range of 1-20|