split pdf into individual files

I am searching for easy way to split a multipage pdf into individual files. For example, I have a 25 page pdf file, I need a pdf file for each page.

Please advise.

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Edwin HofferTechnical ExpertCommented:
Hello Chirag,

Here I published a article that will help you to Split one PDF file into multiple PDF files

Link: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Document_Imaging/Adobe_Acrobat/A_17139-How-To-Split-One-Adobe-PDF-Document-Into-Multiple-PDF-Files.html

Hope that helped you


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Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
Hi Chirag,

One way to do this is with the PDF Toolkit (PDFtk), an excellent (free!) product that has numerous features to manipulate PDFs. It comes in both command line and GUI versions. The command line version is called PDFtk Server and may be downloaded here:

Don't be misled by "Server" in the name. I don't know why they called it that, but it's just an executable (pdftk.exe, with a supporting DLL, libiconv2.dll) that runs on XP, Vista, W7, and W8 (it does not have to run on a "server" OS).

One of its operations is called burst:
Splits a single, input PDF document into individual pages. Also creates a report named doc_data.txt which is the same as the output from dump_data. If the output section is omitted, then PDF pages are named: pg_%04d.pdf, e.g.: pg_0001.pdf, pg_0002.pdf, etc. To name these pages yourself, supply a printf-styled format string in the output section. For example, if you want pages named: page_01.pdf, page_02.pdf, etc.,pass output page_%02d.pdf to pdftk.
Here's an example of the one-line call that does what you want:

pdftk in.pdf burst

That's it! Regards, Joe
Michael MachieIT SupervisorCommented:
You can also download a free PDF writer, such as CutePDF, and use that to 'print' individual pages of the PDF as a separate page.

1) Install CutePDF CutePDF Writer Download
2) Open multi-page PDF in reader.
3) File -> Print -> Select 'CutePDF' as your printer and select the Page# to 'print'
4) Select 'Print'
5) A box will open asking where to save it.
6) Select 'OK'

This will 'print' the page in question as a PDF file rather than a physical print, named what you want, saved where you saved it.
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cpatelxAuthor Commented:
All method are useful but systool PDF split and merge was able to accomplish exactly I needed with easy.

Thank you Experts,
Joe Winograd, Fellow&MVEDeveloperCommented:
You're welcome. Happy to help. Regards, Joe
Edwin HofferTechnical ExpertCommented:
Hello Chirag,

You're welcome

Best Regards
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