Split any of your PDF files into smaller documents with the help of this intuitive, easy-to-use piece of software that also includes customization features
|Updated||Nov 30th 2016|
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|Crack Size||1.7 MB|
A-PDF Split is a lightweight program which allows you to cut PDF documents. It can be used with ease by individuals of any experience level.
The interface of the application is based on a standard window in which you can import PDF files by using the file browser only, because the "drag and drop" method is not supported (and neither is batch processing).
So, all you have to do is specify the splitting method (by number of pages, bookmark, page extraction, page removal, collating, advanced settings), specify the output destination and filename pattern, and proceed with the conversion task.
The simplistic application takes up a very low amount of system resources (which can be barely noticed), quickly finishes a task, manages to preserve the original quality regarding shapes, images and the text layout and didn't freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests.
There's also a complete help file with snapshots that you can look into. However, the fact that batch processing is not supported is a major downside. Plus, you cannot preview documents or configure any kind of program settings (e.g. enable A-PDF Split Crack to automatically run at system startup or to minimize to the system tray). But, even so, we strongly recommend A-PDF Split Crack to all users.
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