You can perform the following page operations:
You can use the Pages panel for page operations. Open your document and open the Pages panel.
You can insert both new blank pages and existing PDF pages into your opened PDF document.
To insert existing pages
Select Insert from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu.
Select a PDF file from the Open dialog box and click Open.
In the Insert Pages dialog box, select all pages, a page range or specified pages and select a location. Then click OK.
To insert blank pages
Select New from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu.
In the New Pages dialog box, select size, orientation and location options. Define how many blank pages you want to add. Then click OK.
Select Delete from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu.
In the Delete Pages dialog box, select current page, a page range or specified pages.
Deletion cannot be undone.
At least one page should remain in a PDF document, you are not allowed to delete all the pages.
With cropping you can control the visible page area. The file size will not be reduced.
Click the Crop button in the Standard toolbar, or select Crop from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu.
In the Crop Pages dialog box, select options. Then click OK.
Use the Remove White Margins option, for instance to trim presentation slides converted to PDF. Choose to crop the current page, selected pages or the whole document.
Use the Undo button in the Edit toolbar if the result is not satisfactory.
Copying or Moving pages
To copy pages within a document, Ctrl-drag the page thumbnails to a new location.
To copy pages between documents, drag the page thumbnails to a new location.
To move pages within a document, drag the page thumbnails to a new location.
To move pages between documents, press Ctrl as you drag the page thumbnails.
Check that the plus sign appears while dragging thumbnails as you are copying pages.
For copying or moving pages between documents, use the Window > Tile command to display multiple documents at the same time with their Pages panels open.
You can rotate pages 90 degrees clockwise or counter-clockwise, or 180 degrees.
Select Rotate from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu to open the Rotate Pages dialog box.
Select a Rotate Angle and a page range.
This rotation becomes permanent when you save the document.
This command is different from View > Rotate View > Clockwise or Counterclockwise which only temporarily displays a rotated page.
You can rotate objects on a PDF page by 45 degree steps using a shortcut menu, or perform free rotation with the object handle. See Touchup Object Tool.
You can extract one or more pages from a PDF document.
Select Extract from a shortcut menu, or from the Options menu, or from the Document > Pages menu to open the Extract Pages dialog box.
In the Extract Pages dialog box, select which page or page range to extract. You can choose from Current Page, Range or Selected.
To extract selected pages, select the required page thumbnails in the Pages panel before opening this dialog box.
Optionally, select Delete After Extraction, if you do not need these extracted pages in your original document any more. They will be deleted from the document.
You may not be able to extract pages from a protected PDF file. Select Document > Document Properties > Security to see the security settings of a document.
You can also extract pages using Document > Split Document. That lets you define pages to be extracted not only by page range, but also by a text search, by a bookmark or a bookmark level.
If you insert pages into a PDF already containing Bates stamping, it is not applied to the new page. If you delete pages, the Bates stamping will no longer be consecutive. Be careful not to remove Bates stamps when cropping pages.
Page and editing operations can also be performed by choosing Document Assembly from the View menu. The Pages panel displays pages as thumbnails (miniature static images) but Document Assembly view displays a number of real pages at a smaller size so that a wider range of editing is possible.