How to Save a Single Page From a PDF File
Adobe Systems' Portable Document Format (PDF) gives document creators a standardized format for the distribution of fixed-layout, non-editable documents. Unfortunately, while Adobe Reader and other PDF-viewing programs allow you to quickly view and print PDF files, they generally do not allow you to extract individual pages. You can save a single page from a PDF file after downloading and installing a free or commercial PDF-creation application.
Download a PDF-creation program. CutePDF Writer and PDF 995 are two widely used free programs, while Acrobat is a commonly used paid option (see Resources).
Close any open programs.
Open the installer file you downloaded in Step 1 by double-clicking its icon. Follow the on-screen instructions to configure your selected PDF-creation software and install it on your computer.
Open the PDF file containing the single page you want to save.
Click "File" in the top menu bar of your PDF-viewing program and select "Print."
Select the name of the PDF-creation application you installed in Step 3 from the list of available printers.
Locate the "Page Range" or "Pages" field and enter the page number of the page you want to save.
Click the "Print" or "OK" button.
Give the PDF file a name, select a save location and click "Save." The page you selected in Step 7 is saved as a new PDF file.