Recently, we talked about bypassing PDF file locks with Chrome. However, did you know that Chrome can also split PDF files? Removing part of a PDF file, also known as splitting the PDF is easy. As a matter of fact, it’s super easy with Chrome.
Open PDF File With Chrome
- The first thing to do is open the PDF file that you want to split apart with Chrome.
- Then, right-click the PDF, click Open With, then click Google Chrome.
Awesome! Did your PDF open in Google Chrome? Once, it opens move on to the next steps.
How To Split A PDF Using Chrome’s Print Dialogue
- With the PDF tab open, click the Printer icon (in the top right section).
- Likewise, you may press Ctrl + P on Windows or command + P on a Mac.
- A live preview box opens.
- Be sure that you set Destination to Save as PDF.
- If not set to Save as PDF, click change and choose it from the options.
- Then, to split your PDF, click the page numbers text field and enter the pages you want to print.
- For example, to extract pages 5-11, type ‘5-11’.
- Lastly, click save.
Once you click save, the print dialog pops up. It asks you where you want to save your new PDF. Select a location to continue. That’s it! Who knew that Google Chrome was such a great tool for managing PDFs? You now know how to use Chrome as a PDF splitter.