You can split a PDF document's pages by bookmarks in a 3 steps: Upload the file > Select "Top-level bookmarks" > Apply changes > Download your new PDF files.
If you want to split the pages of your PDF document based on its bookmarks (also known as "PDF outlines"), you should follow these three simple steps: first of all, upload the document that you want to split pages of. We first need to know the file that you want to split. Then, let us know based on which bookmarks you want to split the PDF. The last step of the process is to apply the changes and split the file so you could download it and further use it.
Put the PDF document that you want to split by bookmarks.
Select the bookmarks based on which the PDF file's pages should be separated.
Wait no more than 15 seconds and download the new PDF documents. That's it!
If you want to split a PDF by bookmarks into a different file, let us introduce you to SignHouse's PDF splitter. That's our software which does exactly what you're looking for. In fact, our software extracts the bookmarked pages of your PDF document in just a couple of seconds and one click of yours. You just have to upload the document that you want to split, select the bookmarked pages, and then wait a couple of seconds for our system to the magic. Once everything is done, you can freely download the document that's just been split based on its outlines.
By extracting the bookmarked pages of a PDF file, you're basically creating a new, unique PDF document that has only the information which you need from the main document. That's an on-point subdocument!
You might've noticed a couple of paragraphs above how we've said that there's no limit with our PDF splitter by outlines. This means that you can split as many PDF files as you need - no limits here!
Speed is one of the defining factors of SignHouse's PDF page separator based on bookmarks. We don't want to hold you too long from working. In fact, we only need 15 seconds of your time to spit a PDF file.
The #1 advantage of using SignHouse's PDF page split software based on the document's outlines is that you don't have to pay anything. Our tool is free, and it's going to stay this way forever.
With each new day at SignHouse, we're trying to expand the library of tools that you can use for your PDF files. At the same time, transparency finds itself at the foundation of our company; our goal is to help you save more time and waste less of it. That's exactly the reason why you don't have to spent longer than 15 seconds using our PDF splitting software.
Take the PDF splitting wherever you are and you have internet connection, because our software works on all types of devices. Use your favourite phone, tablet, or computer to split PDFs by bookmarked pages.
We know you care about personal data and privacy, because we definitely care about ours. We're never looking at your data and PDF files, and we're never either sharing it with others without your approval.
Turning your main PDF document into multiple other PDF pages based only on bookmarks is really easy. You have to select your document, choose the pages, and wait 10 seconds. Nothing else!
If you need any assistance with the PDF splitter based on outlined pages, know that we're one click away. The bubble in the bottom-right corner of this page gets you in touch with our live agents in just one click!
Yes, splitting or extracting from a PDF is 100% free, with SignHouse's PDF Splitter.
But you don't need to just take our word for it.
If you scroll up on this page, you'll be able to see for yourself 😺
We would offer a money-back guarantee, but... there's no money to be paid in the first place!
If you scroll up on the page where we explain with step-by-step instructions how to split a PDF, you will be able to split a PDF without using Adobe.
On that very page, you can:
It takes a few seconds and only a few clicks.
Adobe, on the other hand, requires a download plus a few minutes.
Yes, you can split a PDF file's pages into as many unique documents as you need (for free). Upload your file, select which pages to split & into how many new files to split.