A student book is usually one PDF file that contains the entire course material. When the material has to be shared with students by parts, the only solution is printing specific pages and sharing the hard copies. With PDF Splitter you can split student text books into pages and share them by parts. The newest version of PDF Splitter supports advanced font types and has better data recognition engine. Thanks to this the program splits documents accurately, saving original text formatting, page structure with margins and spaces.
This is an example of bad splitting (if you get this, change your program to PDF Splitter asap):
PDF Splitter from CoolUtils offers a few splitting modes at your choice. By default PDF Splitter saves each page of an original source into a separate PDF file. It supports batch processing, and you can select any number of PDF sources for splitting. Other available modes are:
Extract only specified pages
Split source document by bookmarks
Split by blank pages.
If you choose the first mode, the program will only select specified pages and save to separate PDF files. For instance, you have a 20-page PDF source and set to extract “5,7,10-15,19” pages. After such splitting you will get 4 PDF files that contain: 5th, 7th, 10th – 15th and 19th page accordingly.
When you split files by bookmarks, the program will create a PDF file for each bookmarked section of the source files. And splitting by blank pages implies that each fragment of the original document between two blank pages will be extracted into a separate PDF.
Using PDF Splitter you can also divide original PDF document into parts of specific number of pages. For instance, the program can combine every 2 pages into a separate file.
With PDF Splitter you will be able to share student book parts in PDF format without need to share paper copies. Try this tool to see all its advantages in action.