Easily reorder PDF pages on a Mac.
Whether it’s a PDF for work, school, or personal use, it’s a snap to reorder pages in the file.
The clock ticks closer to the deadline for a work project that’s in a PDF file, and now a colleague wants to prioritize a later section to be near the beginning. Or perhaps a book you’re writing has a map page at the beginning of the PDF that makes more sense in a specific chapter. If you’re on a Mac, it’s simple to reorder those pages using Acrobat online services.
Here’s how to reorder PDF pages on a Mac.
Reorganize the pages of a PDF by following these five simple steps on the rearrange PDFs page:
- Click the Select A File button or drag and drop a file into the drop zone.
- Sign in to a service such as Adobe, Apple, or Google to continue to your file.
- When the thumbnails of the pages appear, drag and drop the thumbnails to reorder in your desired sequence.
- Click the Save button and then rename the file.
- Download the PDF or share it via a link or email.
Your file is now ready for the next step in the process.
In the future, you may want to do more with PDFs, such as combining or splitting them. You may even want to annotate or draw on them. Explore some of the other options that Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat online services can offer to keep you personally and professionally connected.