How to reorder PDF pages on Windows 10.

Learn the best ways to organize your documents by reordering PDF pages on Windows 10.

Use a local PDF editor.

The easiest way to reorder PDF pages on Windows 10 is to use a local PDF editor. If you don’t have one installed, many editors, like Adobe Acrobat DC, are free to download online.

Once you have a PDF editor installed, simply open the document you want to reorder and follow these easy steps:

  1. Expand the toolbar by clicking the small arrow on the left side of the screen.
  2. Select the Page Thumbnails icon at the top of the menu.
  3. When the thumbnails appear, click and drag pages to the correct locations.

You can also reorder PDF pages using the Tools tab at the top of the screen. In the tab, click the Organize Pages option to reveal all the pages of your document. Then, click and drag them to where you want them to be.

When your document is correctly ordered, save the PDF. All the pages will be in the right order the next time you open the document.

Reorder PDF pages online.

If you don’t want to download more software to your Windows 10 device, you can also reorder PDF pages online using Acrobat online services:

  1. From any web browser, go to the Acrobat online services website.
  2. Upload your PDF.
  3. Select the page thumbnails you want to reorder.
  4. Drag and drop them to the right spots.
  5. Save and rename the PDF.
  6. Download the reordered file to your Windows 10 device.

Whether you use a local PDF editor or online application, you can reorder PDF pages on your Windows 10 device in minutes to create cohesive, well-organized documents.

Discover more about how Acrobat DC and Acrobat online services can simplify PDF management on Windows 10.