How do I extract PDF files from document of PDF files?sher 'Transform Panel'  to modify the size of current document?

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I have PDF file (Folder?) - [Event Calendar 2020 - 11 months.pdf] - which contains 11 PDF files.

How do I extract each of the 11 PDF files to use elsewhere?

I do not want to modify files, just display them seperately.
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Dimitris MaleasData recovery engineer

There are many free online tools to do that. In general search for split pdf.
For example
Of course you can do it with Acrobat Pro but it is commercial.
Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information Systems

One way to do this would be to print the PDF, then select those pages that constitute a sub-document.  This will give you a new PDF that is just the sub-document.  Repeat 10 more times.

This is trivial in Windows 10, as it comes with a PDF printer installed.  You don't mention what OS you're using, but if it's not Windows, you can probably find a PDF printer driver for your OS that will satisfy this need.
Joe WinogradDeveloper
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I understand this:
How do I extract PDF files from document of PDF files?
But not this:
sher 'Transform Panel' to modify the size of current document?
What does "sher" mean there? And what "Transform Panel"? And by "modify the size" do you mean file size (number of bytes) or number of pages?
I have PDF file (Folder?)
That question mark is curious — so, is it a single PDF file or a folder with many PDF files? Regards, Joe
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I think what you are talking about is a portfolio like my example attached.

In adobe reader or any pdf program, right click on the pdf you want and "extract" document.
MARSPATHRetired EE/Computers/IT


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