How to delete pages from a PDF on a Mac.

Remove unneeded pages from a PDF through a simple series of steps on your Mac, for any type of solo or group project, with Acrobat online services.

Your creative team may have lots of different ideas in one PDF, but now you need to decide what to keep and what to toss. When you make your decision, it’s easy to delete as many pages as you like from the PDF, leaving only the best idea. Adobe Acrobat online services can help.

Take these steps to delete pages from a PDF on a Mac.

To begin, go to Acrobat’s delete PDF pages tool and click Select A File, or drag and drop the PDF into the drop zone. From here, the file uploads and then you’ll need to sign in to Adobe or another service to continue. To delete one page from the displayed thumbnails, click the trashcan icon. To delete many pages at once, click the checkmark box on each page and then click the trashcan in the top toolbar.

Next, click Save and rename the file. Now you can download the file or share it with others via a link or email.

If you want to do more than delete pages while the page thumbnails are visible, you can also:

Your PDF is now ready for the next phase of your project. Discover what else you can do with Acrobat online services.