By Johan MüllerThu. 07 Mar. 20243min Read

How to Use a PDF Page Remover to Take Out Redundancies

Remove unnecessary pages from a PDF document. Learn how to use a PDF page remover tool efficiently and to streamline your files and enhance productivity.
How to Use a PDF Page Remover to Take Out Redundancies

It can be difficult to remove pages from a PDF, particularly if you've never done it before. However, be at ease! We'll walk you through every step of extracting and deleting pages.

We present PDF Reader Pro's pages editing features. Now you can remove a page from a PDF with ease with just a few fast steps.


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Like any other writer, his path crossed with the SaaS industry. For over three years, he has been combining his SEO and writing skills to create informative listicles, comparisons, and tutorial posts.

How To Use A PDF Page Remover On PDF Reader Pro Windows

Using a PDF Page Remover tool can simplify your document management by eliminating unnecessary or redundant pages from a PDF document. Here’s a guide on how to use a PDF page remover feature in PDF Reader Pro:


Step 1: Open PDF Reader Pro

Open the PDF Reader Pro application on your Windows device. If it's not already installed, you can download it from the official website. Once installed, double-click on its icon to open it.

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Step 2: Open Your PDF Document

After opening PDF Reader Pro, navigate to the "Open File" menu to open the PDF file you wish to edit. 

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Step 3: Navigate to the Page Management Feature

Go to the "Page Edit" feature in the toolbar. 

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Step 4: Select the Pages to Remove

Here, you'll see thumbnails or a list of your PDF's pages. Here, select the page(s) you want to delete. You can often select multiple pages by clicking on them while holding down the Ctrl (or Command) key.

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Step 5: Remove the Selected Pages

With the unwanted pages selected, find and click the "Delete,"  or trash can icon to eliminate them from your PDF. You may need to confirm this action to proceed.

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Step 6: Save the Edited PDF

Once the unnecessary pages have been removed, don’t forget to save your changes. You can overwrite the existing file or save the document as a new file by choosing "Save As" from the File menu.

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Step 7: Review Your Document

Finally, take a moment to review the edited PDF document to ensure that all the intended changes have been applied correctly and that no unwanted alterations have occurred.

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B2B SaaS Content Writer
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How to Use a PDF Page Remover on PDF Reader Pro Mac

PDF Reader Pro offers an outstanding and user-friendly solution. This versatile PDF reader enables you to view PDFs and also to edit them. But the best is, you also get to remove them.


Step 1: Start PDF Reader Pro

Open PDF Reader Pro on your Mac by clicking on its icon in the Applications folder or Launchpad. 

Step 2: Load the PDF File

Click on "Open File" in the upper menu bar. Navigate to where your PDF file is stored, click on it, and then click "Open" to load it into PDF Reader Pro. Alternatively, you can drag the PDF file over the PDF Reader Pro icon or application window to open it directly.

Step 3: Find the Page Editing Feature

Look for the Page Edit section within the PDF Reader Pro toolbar. 

Step 4: Identify and Select Pages to Delete

In the page editing view, all pages of your PDF will be displayed, typically as thumbnails. Click on the page(s) you wish to eliminate. Hold down the "Command" key while clicking additional pages to select several pages. 


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Step 5: Execute Page Removal

With your unwanted pages highlighted, locate and press the delete or removal option, which could be represented by a "Delete," or trash can icon. 

Step 6: Commit Changes with Save

Ensuring your document reflects the recent edits is crucial. Opt for "Save As" from the "File" menu to overwrite the existing document.

You can also check our recommendations on taking PDF notes.

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B2B SaaS Content Writer
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Other PDF Reader Pro Page Editing Features

If you're frequently working with PDFs, understanding how to modify them effectively can be crucial. Here are the key functionalities that might help streamline your document management:


Insert Pages

Inserting pages into a PDF allows you to add new content or documents into an existing file. This can include adding a blank page for notes, inserting an updated section into a report, or adding additional documentation to a compiled file. It's a straightforward way to expand or update the information within a PDF without starting from scratch.

Extract Pages

Extracting pages involves creating a new PDF file from selected pages of an existing document. This is particularly useful when you need to share only a portion of a PDF or when you want to separate specific sections of a document for different purposes. Extracting pages helps in managing and distributing content more efficiently.

Split PDFs

Splitting a PDF divides a larger document into smaller, manageable files. This might be needed for easier email sharing due to file size limits, or to organize a document into individual chapters or sections. Splitting a PDF enhances file handling and helps in organizing content based on specific requirements.

Reorganize Pages

Reorganizing pages in a PDF allows you to change the order of pages within a document. This could be necessary to improve the logical flow of a report, prepare a presentation, or arrange a document to suit a particular audience or purpose. Reorganization can significantly impact a document's readability and effectiveness.

Rotate Pages

Rotating pages adjusts the orientation of specific pages or the entire document. This feature comes in handy when dealing with scanned documents that may not have been aligned correctly or when certain pages need to be oriented differently for better readability. Rotating can correct these issues without affecting the layout or content of the page.

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