Extract Selected range of Pages of a PDF as a PDF File in Linux

Vivek Yadav

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4 Responses

  1. This can also be done with the pdftk tool, which should also be available in most distros. There is also a gui tool for pdftk available (although that has to be downloaded from a website).

  2. Incubus0h says:

    I found this method to be much better, although a little cryptic for people who are not used to
    command-line interface.

    Compared to pdftk, this doesn’t need any special packages installed. Pdftk package needs a lot of
    java-based/-dependent packages to be installed. I say that’s a plus point.

    Thanks for the tip.

  3. Vivek says:

    You are welcome Incubus0h on our Blog, and yes that’s the very plus point with pdftk, hav’nt used it much but Liked the concept as it may come handy some day .

  4. giantiago says:

    this method is much (,much!) faster than pdftk

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