How to split PDF files in Linux into multiple pages.

A woman in an office uses Adobe Acrobat online services to split PDF pages into separate files in Linux.

Splice and dice your PDF in any operating system, from Linux to Windows, with this online tool.

Are you working in a long PDF document and only want to extract a few pages for edits from your Windows or Linux system? Trying to reorder your PDF pages? Simply want to remove some sheets? Big, cumbersome documents can make rearranging pages feel like a major hurdle. With the Adobe Acrobat online PDF splitting tool, however, you can quickly and easily reorder pages, make changes to, and share your PDFs with colleagues across any operating system, whether it’s Linux, Windows, or macOS.

Steps to split a PDF using Linux.

PDFs can be shared, opened, and edited on any computer, across any operating system — be it Windows, macOS, or Linux. But did you know they can also be split and extracted on any operating system, too?

The Acrobat online PDF splitting tool makes extracting pages from PDFs with Linux quick, simple, and collaborative. You don’t need to download anything — you can access it for free in your favorite internet browser.

  1. Open Acrobat’s online PDF splitting tool.
  2. Choose a file to upload or drag and drop.
  3. Select your divider lines to set up the page ranges you want to split or extract.
  4. Save. Acrobat will save each split file — choose your saving location.
  5. Download, share, and enjoy all of the time you saved.

Do more with your PDFs.

Now you know how to split a PDF into multiple files and extract pages from a PDF using Linux.

Discover what more you can do with Acrobat and Acrobat online services to easily edit, compress, share, send, and fill PDFs between any and all operating systems.