You can try the Foxit PhantomPDF. There is a feature named âSplitâ in the app. You can set some configuration as you like. For example, you want to separate the 10 pages into two documents, one with 6 pages, another with 4 pages. Then you can set the âMaxâ page as â6â. Then you will get two new PDFs.
There are lots of options to do this. Here are the simplest options that I found and tested them: You can split the PDF at any point. You can split only line (not text) to the end. You can combine start and end pages to get a PDF file with the start page as the first page and end as the last page. Furthermore, you can have more than one start and end page. These start at the other end of the input PDF. There are many options (but if you are stuck in this process, this is the way) If you are using Jekyll and want to do this with your site, here is the guide to do it for free. Step 1. Install and Configure Box for your PDFs 1.2 Add PDF Files to Box 1. Write the file name (with file extension) of the file to send to Box. 1.3 Add a folder to send your PDFs..