PDF documents are often used because they help preserve the original content of the document, but this split pdf by content make splitting the file up a little more difficult than other document formats. If you have Adobe Acrobat, you can use the built-in Split Document function to split it up. If you don’t want to shell out the cash for Acrobat, you can use a variety of free solutions to accomplish the same thing.
Open the PDF file in Google Chrome. The easiest way to do this is to drag the PDF file into an open Chrome window. You can also right-click on the PDF file, select “Open With”, and then select Google Chrome from the list of available programs.
Chrome address bar and then click the “Enable” link under “Chrome PDF Viewer”. You can find this in the row of buttons that appears when you move your mouse to the lower-right corner of the Chrome window.
Select “Save as PDF” in the “Local Destinations” section. Enter the range of pages that you want to create as a new document.
For example, let’s say you have a 10-page PDF file that you want to split, with the first 7 pages in one file and the last 3 in another. In the Pages section, you would enter “1-7” to create a PDF file with the first 7 pages. You can then repeat the process to make the second document. Click “Save” and name the file.