Please let us know if information shared by Leonard helped in resolving your concern.
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.
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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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,
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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