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If you know which page numbers you want to extract, you can just type the page numbers as individuals, ranges or a combination (eg. "1-5, 7, 9-10") into the page number edit field at the top of the Organize Pages dialog.
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Can you explain why you need 10000th of an inch? On any normal sized page, that small value will get rounded up anyway to no more than 3-4 decimal places.
As to the ability to do other reference points, that's an interesting idea - but I don't really understand why that is actually useful in form design. Can you explain?
I don't know what version of Acrobat you are using but this feature has been part of Acrobat since version 11. Look at the Position tab in the Field Properties dialog.
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In the bottom left corner of the Set Page Box dialog it allows you to change the size of the page (optionally scaling the contents to match).
Acrobat has two different ways to resize a page - both of which have been in the product for 15 years.
First off, you can use the Crop tool, just as you would in an image (or similar) editor to crop the size of the page to what you wish.
Second, you can use the Set Page Box command to resize & scale the contents to a different size.
Hope that helps.