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How to Split PDF pages

Splitting a PDF in multiple PDFs using DynamicPDF Core Suite is a straightforward, the following steps and sample code illustrate.

Steps to Split a PDF

  1. Create a PdfDocument object and pass the source PDF file path to the constructor.
  2. Create a MergeDocument object and in the constructor pass the PdfDocument object instance, the starting page number, and ending page count.
  3. Invoke the Document object's Draw method to output the PDF portion specified by the starting page number and ending page count.
  4. Repeat step 2 and 3, only pass 5, and 9 to the MergeDocument constructor.
  5. Invoke the Draw method, and a new PDF starting at page 5 and ending at page 12 is output to a new PDF document.

Sample Code - C#

PdfDocument pdf = new PdfDocument("DocumentA.pdf");

MergeDocument part1 = new MergeDocument(pdf, 1, 4);
Part1.Draw("output-part1.pdf");

MergeDocument part2 = new MergeDocument(pdf, 5, 8);
part2.Draw("output-part2.pdf");

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NuGet Package

DynamicPDF Core Suite is available on NuGet and is part of the ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET package. The easiest way to install the package is through the Visual Studio Package Manager. You can also download the package directly from NuGet.

NuGet Package ID: ceTe.DynamicPDF.CoreSuite.NET

DynamicPDF Core Suite Information

More information can be found on the DynamicPDF Core Suite webpage.

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DynamicPDF Core Suite is available for the Java and COM/ActiveX platforms. Refer to the respective product pages for more details.

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