When the PDF document has extra pages which you do not want to keep and if you have the professional version, that is very easy. However, most users have no professional PDF software, how can you remove them? Please see the steps below to remove the extra pages with Google Chrome.
Step 1: Open Google Chrome;
Step 2: Find the PDF location URL, which has a couple of different ways.
Method 1: Open the PDF file, and if it opens in a browser, you just need to copy the URL and paste to the Google Chrome address box;
Method 2: Right-click on the PDF file icon and copy the location to the Chrome address box, then add the PDF file name with ".pdf" at the end. In this example, the URL will be "C:\Users\ExcelNotes\Desktop\ee.pdf"
Step 3: Press the "Enter" key from the keyboard and the PDF will open in the Chrome browser. If not open, please double check the URL to make sure the URL is correct;
Step 4: Hover on the top and at the very top-right corner, you should see the "PRINT" icon;
Step 5: Click on it and the screen turns into the print preview view. In the "Destination" box, select "Save as PDF";
Step 6: Click the "Pages" box and select "Custom" from the drop-down list; then select the pages you want to keep, for example, 1-3, 8, 11-13;
Step 7: Click the "Save" button on the top and find the location where you want to save the file. Name the file and click "Save" in the new box.
Step 8: Open the new PDF file in the folder you just saved, and only the pages you selected will be saved.