PDF file from the PDF box to the page area. Click on Select All to select all the pages. How to split PDF file on Linux The above guide how to split a PDF on Linux, so you can use the PDF separator in your favorite text editor. Follow these step to convert PDF file into separate pages. You can easily convert PDF or any image you want to into separate pages. See this video how to convert any image into separate pages on your computer: How to Convert an Image to Multiple PDF Pages. This is not just a text file, use the option of a PDF separate page if you want more control over how to split your PDF document into separate pages. The following is a step-by-step tutorial. Create a new file called “PDF_separate.py”. Open the text file 'PDF_separate.py' that you created earlier. Paste the data you want to split in the empty box. Save and run “python PDF_separate.py”. It will print out a lot more content on your pages. How to use SEPARATE in all platforms How to use PDF separate in your operating system (Linux, mac, windows) I'm using Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6 Leopard. In Windows, the PDF_separate.py script is located at C:\Documents and Settings\Youngstown\My Documents\PDF_separate.py, on Linux, it is found in your home folder at /home/Youngstown/.local/bin/PDF_separate (if you want to change the location, change the value of PAPERSHEET from default — C:\My Documents\PDF_separate.py). I'm using pdf_seperate as follows: python pdf_seperate is How to use SEPARATE in OS X PDF_separate in OS X is simply using the Open PDF tool. Open PDF in OSX There is python package called pdf_separate in OS X, but it is called pdf_seperate and not pdf_separate as we have shown above. So, the python command to use pdf_seperate is: python pdf_seperate C:\Users%username%\Desktop\PDF_separate.py How to use PDF separate in Linux I found a nice script from Linux guru Mark Wains for splitting PDF documents on Linux.