For scanning books and articles from magazines or even photos, PDF should be your format of choice. Some of the most striking arguments for that are that the format is completely print-ready and that it can be opened and read on any computer or device, either natively or with free to purchase software and apps.
But what if you made a mistake while scanning? Double-scanning an article page or having to re-scan it because the book’s page was crooked or there was a huge smear or dust on the photo? Or what if you scanned a bunch of important documents for storage, yet don’t want to share certain pages when you send it to an accountant or somewhere else?
No, you don’t have to cancel the scanning job and start anew! Simply re-scan the corrupt page or ID. Of course, it will be in the resulting PDF, but this is where PDF2Go comes into play!
If you want to get rid of double or wrong PDF pages, or pages that contain sensitive data, simply use this free online service to delete single pages of your PDF document!
Remove PDF Pages
With PDF2Go you can get rid of unnecessary pages in an already created and/or scanned PDF document.
The process is fairly easy since you do not have any extra options or optional settings you have to worry about. Simply delete the page you do not want in your PDF document! A thumbnail is generated of each page which makes it easy to find the one you want to remove.
Furthermore, on the same page, you can sort and re-order the pages of your document. The tutorial on how this is done can be found here.
How To Delete A Page From A PDF?
Let’s see how you can easily get rid of single pages in your PDF document:
- Go to www.PDF2Go.com/Sort-Delete-PDF
- Upload your file. You can upload other files as well, like documents and images, but those need multiple pages or, in case of a TIFF image, for example, multiple layers. The output will always be a PDF though
- Click on the trash can button to delete single pages.
- Click on “Save” and confirm once more with “Save”. You can download the PDF once the deletion process is done.