Duplicating a PDF page is easy, and with the right tools, so is inserting the duplicate page within the same PDF.
To duplicate a page of a PDF in Windows, you’ll need a PDF editor that allows you to insert pages into a PDF. For Mac users, your operating system will have Preview built-in, which will allow you to duplicate PDF pages.
Like most things, there are different ways to achieve similar tasks. When it comes to duplicating PDF pages in Windows, we've listed our recommended method: PDF Pro.
For Windows users, we recommend PDF Pro, our all-in-one PDF editor designed for Windows desktop. Powerful, easy to use, and more affordable than Acrobat DC.
1. Open the PDF you want to duplicate in PDF Pro, then press the Edit tab.
2. Press the Insert Page button.
3. Click Browse.
4. Find and Open the same PDF that you already have open.
5. Specify the page you want to duplicate, and where you want the duplicate to appear in the PDF (Page Range).
6. Press Insert.
7. Save the changes to your new PDF file.
You can’t duplicate PDFs in Adobe Reader, so you’ll either need to pay for Acrobat DC (US $179 per year), or try an alternative method on this page.
If you’re a Mac user, you can use the built-in functionalities of Preview to duplicate a PDF page.
Duplicating PDF pages can be a hassle, unless you have the right tools. And duplicating pages is just the tip of the iceberg of PDF management.
PDF Pro makes it easy to manage your PDFs like a pro! Create, split, merge, convert PDF, and more! PDF Pro features a rich set of easy-to-use PDF tools, and is more affordable than Adobe Acrobat DC.
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