sorry to bother you but I noticed you are very active here.
Maybe you can help me out. I have a similar dilemma: I use a program called ENPS that prints hundreds of pages in to a single PDF file. The pages are clearly numbered, defined and separated and need to split them into one file per page. I can't find a solution! I see some suggestions to use cropping tool, etc. but that is not going to work for me.
Any sugestions, please?
Not sure I can help but I do have some questions.
Just to verify, when you say "hundreds of pages into a single PDF" is that one continuous page or hundreds of actual pages?
If the latter, do any of the pages have run-outs? That is the contents of one page continue onto the next page?
Do you own Acrobat Standard or Acrobat Pro?
(Just as an aside, never heard of ENPS, what does it do)
(Just as an aside #2, I split this off to a new thread because the old thread had too many loose fibers.)
I meant that the hundreds of pages are truly separately numbered pages and some of them do have run-outs.
At the moment I use the standard Acrobat.
ENPS is a news production program by the Associated Press and can print to PDF.
Oh, Hey, JR Boulay,
I think that might be it...Now I need to get the PRO DC version.
Thank you, sir!
I guess you can use Acrobat Standard too