Organize pages in a snap

In this 60-second video tutorial, learn to use the Organize Pages tool to get a bird’s eye view of your PDF. Make changes to page order and layout, and even split the PDF into smaller files.

Let’s take a look at how you can use Acrobat DC to add, remove and rearrange the pages of a PDF file. With the document open in Acrobat, I’ll open the organized pages tool. I’ll see all the pages of my PDF laid out in thumbnail view. If I hover over a page, I can quickly rotate it to the correct view or delete a page altogether.
I can select a page and replace it with an existing file or extract a page or several as its own PDF.
This comes in handy whenever you want to share only part of a file with someone. I can even insert new pages into this document.
My personal favorite button in the organized pages tool is the split button. This tells Acrobat to split one PDF into multiple smaller PDFs by file size, by page number or using top level bookmarks. And that was 60 second Acrobat. -