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How do I delete a page in Adobe Acrobat Professional when option is greyed out?

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Hi - how do I do the above?  Thanks!
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Click File. Properties, and click the Security tab. Inspect the list in the Document Restrictions Summary. Make sure there are not restrictions on deleting a page. The author of the doc is the only one who can remove any restrictions you find in the list.
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Ok that's the problem, there were security restrictions that I cannot bypass or change.
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