PDF Splitter

Split PDF to get individual documents with free cross-platform Apps and APIs

How to Split PDF with C#

Split PDF files using Aspose.PDF for .NET. Large PDF files can be difficult to manage or share. Splitting PDF files into smaller parts helps in handling and sharing individual sections more efficiently. Smaller file sizes resulting from splitting make it easier and quicker to share specific sections or pages of a document via email, cloud services, or other digital platforms. Split PDF allows for better categorization and easier access to specific content. You may dismerge PDF files into sections for finding and retrieving specific information, ddespecially when searching for details within a larger document. By splitting PDF, sensitive information may be separated into restricted sections, ensuring better control over who can access certain parts of the document. Dismerge PDF offers benefits in terms of file management, sharing, organization, collaboration, security, and customization. Split PDF via Aspose, and solve all the necessary tasks in the work with separate documents. In order to split PDF files, we’ll use Aspose.PDF API which is a feature-rich, powerful and easy to use document manipulation API. Open NuGet package manager, search for Aspose.PDF and install. You may also use the following command from the Package Manager Console. When signing a PDF document using a signature, you basically confirm its contents ‘as is’. Consequently, any other changes made afterward invalidate the signature and thus, you would know if the document was altered.

High Code APIs to Split Document into Multiple Files:

  1. Load the PDF with an instance of Document.
  2. Create a new Document class object to split PDF pages.
  3. Add current page to the document.
  4. Save current page as a separate PDF

Split PDF Files

This sample code shows how to split PDF files using .NET

    var pdfEditor = new PdfFileEditor();
    fs = new FileStream("1.pdf", FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read);
    doc = new Document(fs);
    pdfEditor.Extract(pathSource, 1, doc.Pages.Count / 2, "pdf_half.pdf");