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How to Reorder/Rearrange pages in a PDF file

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Because Win2PDF installs as printer, it does not have a native editing program. However, you can use the printing capability with a PDF Reader application to reorder or rearrange pages in a PDF file. Here is the general procedure to use:


1). Open the original PDF file in Adobe Reader, or in another PDF Reader application


2). Select 'Print' and choose a range of pages and Win2PDF as the printer.


Print range of pages from a PDF file


In the above screen shot, pages 2 through 4 of the original document will be saved as a new PDF file. This is effectively "extracting" these pages and saving them to a new PDF file.


A more complicated operation might include rearranging the pages as well. For instance, consider the following screen shot:


Reorder or rearrange pages in a PDF file


In this example, the new PDF file will have the pages rearranged so that page 1 will appear first, followed by pages 10 through 115, and then pages 2 through 9 will be added to the end.


3). Save the results of this subset of pages as a new PDF file (e.g., "newfile.pdf")


4). (Optional) If you want to rearrange pages from multiple documents, repeat step 2) using the 2nd PDF document


5). Save the results of the new subset of page(s) and select the same file name (e.g., "newfile.pdf")


6). When prompted, you can either append (add to the end) or prepend (add to the beginning) to merge your new pages with the first set of pages you printed.


Using this technique, you can effectively reorder or rearrange the pages of an existing PDF file (or multiple files) and save the results to a new PDF file. The following video shows how this is done.