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Deleting Slide Pages in Adobe Acrobat

Author: Geetesh Bajaj

Product/Version: Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro

Date Created: May 5th 2009
Last Updated: May 5th 2009

Excerpt/Capsule: Learn to delete slide pages in Adobe Acrobat Pro.

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This is part of the PowerPoint to Secure PDF series -- in the last tutorial in this series, I showed you how you can add new slide pages to existing PDFs in Adobe Acrobat Pro -- this page shows you how you can delete slide pages in Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Follow these steps:

  1. Open the PDF in Adobe Acrobat Pro. When the PDF is opened for the first time, the interface might look like what is shown in Figure 1.

    Open PDF
    Figure 1: Open PDF

  2. From the View menu, choose Navigation Panels | Pages, as shown in Figure 2.

    Figure 2: Pages

  3. From the Page panel select the slide page you want to delete (see Figure 3).

    Select slide page
    Figure 3: Select slide page

  4. From the Edit menu, choose the Delete option as shown in Figure 4.

    Select slide page
    Figure 4: Delete

    Adobe Acroabt Pro shows a message asking you to confirm if you want to delete the page from the PDF. Press OK.

  5. Alternatively, you can even right click the selected slide page and from the contextual menu, choose Delete Pages (see Figure 5).

    Delete pages
    Figure 5: Delete pages

  6. This opens a Delete Pages Dialog box as shown in Figure 6.

    Delete Pages
    Figure 6: Delete Pages

  7. Here you can delete the selected pages or specify a range of pages you would like to delete. Click OK to delete.

In the next tutorial of this series, we'll look at reordering your slide pages in Adobe Acrobat Pro.

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