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    I have a latex file, which when compiled gives me a pdf file. Now I want to save each page on a different file, for example page1.pdf, page2.pdf, page3.pdf, etc. How can I do this? I tried to print to file, but the extension of the files produced are tif, which I don't want. Please help. This is very urgent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by perla View Post
    I have a latex file, which when compiled gives me a pdf file. Now I want to save each page on a different file, for example page1.pdf, page2.pdf, page3.pdf, etc. How can I do this? I tried to print to file, but the extension of the files produced are tif, which I don't want. Please help. This is very urgent.
    Open the document in Ghostview (if you don't have it then install Ghostscript and Ghostview).

    Select convert on the file menue, and pdfwrite as the device, and set the resolution to what you want (600 should be OK), then select the page or range of pages and hit OK, you will be prompted for a file name and then bob's your uncle.

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    thanks so much! I managed!!
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