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Hi,
I wondered if anyone knows of a way to break up a multi-page PDF document.
The PDF document in question has 90 pages, and I want to print only certain pages from it, not the whole thing.
When I use the built in OS/X PDF viewer I cannot seem to isolate single pages to print up.
Anybody know of a way to print up a single page from a multi-page document, or alternatively, a program that would allow me to break up the PDF file into individual page files?
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I think I found the solution on my own.
A freeware application called PDFLab solved my problem.
Link to PDFLab: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/15818
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can't you just export them as jpegs and print them?
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You have something there, macAttack. I can open up the individual page in Preview and then "Save As" and choose .jpeg.
And from there print it up.
Didn't know that before.
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