The coding instructions are formulated to help you to try-out the features without the requirement to write your own code. ByteScout Premium Suite: the set that includes 12 SDK products from ByteScout including tools and components for PDF, barcodes, spreadsheets, screen video recording. It can extract pages from pdf with pdf extractor sdk in VB.NET.
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' This example demonstrates various PDF document splitting scenarios: ' - extract a single page; ' - split in two parts; ' - split by ranges specified in text form: "1-5,6,7-10,11-". Imports System.IO Imports Bytescout.PDFExtractor Class Program Friend Shared Sub Main(args As String()) Dim inputFile As String = ".\sample.pdf" Using splitter As New DocumentSplitter("demo", "demo") splitter.OptimizeSplittedDocuments = True ' Extracting specific page: ' ========================= splitter.ExtractPage(inputFile, "page3.pdf", 3) ' (!) Note: page number is 1-based. Console.WriteLine("Extracted page 3 to file ""page3.pdf""") Console.WriteLine() ' Split in two parts: ' =================== splitter.Split(inputFile, "part1.pdf", "part2.pdf", 3) ' (!) Note: page number is 1-based. Console.WriteLine("Splitted at page 3 to files ""part1.pdf"" and ""part2.pdf""") Console.WriteLine() ' Split by ranges: ' ================ Dim files As String() = splitter.Split(inputFile, "1-3,4-6,7,8-") ' (!) Note: page numbers are 1-based; ending "-" means "to the end". Console.WriteLine("Splitted by ranges: ") For Each file As String In files Console.WriteLine(" " & Path.GetFileName(file)) Next End Using Console.WriteLine() Console.WriteLine("Press any key...") Console.ReadKey() End Sub End Class