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    9 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » Page Operations  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Chase S commented  · 

    My issue is the "Organize Page" view as a whole. I don't want to have to leave document view to be able to extract pages. It's a waste of time. Luckily I have found at least a partial workaround by using the page thumbnails navigation pane, but still the decrease in functionality to "dumb down" the product is why I am exploring other options for working with pdf files.

    Chase S commented  · 

    Agree with OP. No, Leonard's response did not help. There used to be an "extract pages" button that would allow you to select current page or key in a specific page number or choose a range. This was in a drop down menu and worked perfectly fine. The organize pages screen/window is completely useless and inefficient. You could drag/drop pages to reorganize them from the page view toolbar in prior versions, which worked well. This "improved" method takes so much more time.

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    Need Info  ·  Sahil Singla responded

    Hi,

    Apologies for the inconvenience caused !

    Could you please let me know the exact issue you are facing so that I can suggest a workaround.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sahil

    Chase S commented  · 

    Allow users to use a legacy mode where appearances and toolbars are similar to older versions of Acrobat. This new Acrobat, like a lot of other products, has been made more inefficient for the sake of appeasing millennials. There was no need to make all the tools black & white or make the icons for those tools excessively large and way too spaced out.

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