Learn how to split PDF document using Google Chrome.
Caution: This technique will not work on PDF files that are not compatible with Chrome's PDF viewer. This is a small subset of documents that includes XFA forms (quite rare) and secure signature files (very rare). The Chrome Viewer will always warn you that some features cannot be viewed without Adobe Reader, but most of the time you can ignore this message.
Step 1. Install Google Chrome
If you do not have this program yet, you can download it from this link.
Step 2. Go to the Chrome Extensions page
Make sure the PDF viewer is enabled. To do this, type chrome: // extensions / in the address bar. Make sure there is a section PDF viewer, then tick Activate if the extension is not yet activated.
Step 3. Select a PDF file
To do this, download one from the internet or import it from your computer. If the file is not online, just find it in the right place. However, if it is on your computer, open Windows Explorer and go to the folder that contains the PDF document. Drag and drop the file into the Chrome window.
Step 4. Use the toolbar
Click on the printer icon on the far right. You may need to position your mouse pointer at the bottom of the page for the menu to appear.
Step 5. Change the backup format
In the printing options window, click the button To modify in the zone Destination Where Local destination locations, then click Save as PDF.
Step 6. Define the pages to split
In the section Pages, check the page range field at the bottom of All. Then type the numbers of the pages you want to combine into a new document. To do this, enter the numbers of each page (1; 2; 5; 6), a range (1-5) or a combination of these. This action will bring the five pages together into a new document.
Step 7. Save the document
When you are finished, click Save, rename the new file and choose its save location.