How to Split PDF Files on Mac OS X

Portable Document Format commonly known as PDF is a document format often used to help preserve the original content of the document. However this can make splitting the file up a little more challenging. Perhaps you only need to send a few pages to someone instead of the entire file. With only a few steps you can now easily split any PDF document using PDF Plus.

Split PDF Documents with PDF Plus

To begin splitting the chosen documents you will have to choose the splitting feature out of the four provided when opening the app. After this step you can start editing the documents.

You can choose as many different documents as you like, the app also providing an easy to use batch mode. You can view all the chosen documents inside the app to make sure you’re editing the right ones, or to see exactly where the splitting is needed. If there are files which do not need any kind of editing you can easily remove them by clicking on the “Remove Selected” option. The app also lets you remove all the added documents if needed.

After making sure all the added files are the one you need, you can start splitting them by using the Split Options provided. The Consecutive page split option lets you how many pages you need per an interval. The other option is Interval split which lets you edit the page intervals to better fit your needs.

Next you can move to the output options where you can edit the names of your split files, and can save the resulting files in a folder of your choosing. After that, all you have to do is click on the “Split PDF Document(s)” button placed on the bottom right corner. In a few seconds the process is finished and all your files are split and placed accordingly.