PDF Splitter can also combine split pages. So if you need to reorganize the pages in a multi-page PDF our app will do the task. For example, it can split 10-page PDF file and create a new document every 2 pages. So you get 5 two-page PDF documents instead of 1 ten-page file.
PDF Splitter has a built-in flexible renamer to give new files descriptive names. By default new pages will be renamed [Name].page#.pdf (where # is the number of the page like Contract.page1.pdf). You can start enumeration from any digit. Besides, PDF Splitter has unique option of enumerating pages based on the number of pages already existing in destination folder.
PDF Splitter has two 2 ways of handling: a nice user-interface and command line. It's the most powerful PDF splitter available today! Try it for free (30 days trial period, no limitations) and find out how much time and effort you can save.
To Split PDF files on web servers use PDF Splitter X (includes Active X, has no GUI).
"The PDFSplitter program is the only program I found that could do what I needed on a project. For the final version we decided to use the PDFSplitterX which is launched by our Visual Basic.net program. It is working exactly as needed.
Here is what we do. We have a package of data in pdf format in which we need to separate the certificates at the end of the data package to a different file.
The amount of pages varies so we decided to use the blank page as a separator. Your PDF Splitter X separates the PDF into 2 files before and after the blank page and we discard the first file."
James Newman Yokogawa Electric Corporation