The Unstack PDF feature splits a PDF at regular intervals into separate files. To use this feature:
- Select your PDF in the Manage view, OR ...
Open the PDF in the Edit view
- Click PDF Actions > Unstack Document
- Provide a filename for the new PDFs
- Specify a split interval
To split a PDF at a specific page, use the Split PDF feature.
If you’re in Manage view, you’ll need to provide a name for the new PDFs. The same name will be used for every file, with an increment to make each one unique. For example, suppose you’re splitting a 30-page PDF into three-page files. You choose "Completed Form.pdf" as the file name. You’ll end up with ten PDFs, named "Completed Form .pdf" through "Completed Form .pdf".
The new PDFs will be created in the same drawer/folder as the original PDF.
Begin New Document Every ___ Pages
You must specify a page interval for splitting the document. For example, a page interval of "3" will make three-page PDFs. If the original PDF is 30 pages long, you’ll end up with 10 separate PDFs, three pages each.
With Unstack PDF, the pages aren’t removed from the original (this would actually leave the original a blank PDF). If you’re satisfied with the result, you can close/delete the original manually.