Organize your PDFs by reordering pages.
Reorder pages in your PDF file to organize, simplify, or provide only necessary information.
Reordering pages in your PDF makes it easier to send out, store, or review in the future. Say, for example, you need to swap out pages or update the page order with information that now needs to be at the beginning. With Adobe Acrobat online services, you can rearrange PDF pages on a Chromebook to make your file more cohesive.
How to reorder PDF pages on a Chromebook.
To rearrange pagesin a PDF file online, click the Select A File button to upload the document you want to reorganize, or drag and drop a PDF into the drop zone. After Acrobat uploads the file, sign in to either Adobe, Google, or an Apple account to continue.
Select the page thumbnail or thumbnails you’d like to move. You can choose to reposition multiple pages at a time by selecting the checkbox. Drag and drop your page or pages into a new document location. You can delete pages by clicking the trashcan icon. You can also use the arrows to rotate them.
When you’ve finished reordering, click Save and rename your new PDF file. Now, you can download the file or get a link to share it.
With your PDF file newly reordered, you can share or store it for future use. Discover what more you can do with Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat online services to work with professional and personal PDF files.