Sometimes you get a large pdf file from someone, and you want to use just a few pages of it for a chunk of your online class or to send to a colleague. If you have Adobe Acrobat Standard ($90 with education pricing), you can extract just a few pages of the pdf and save it as a new file. Here’s a short demonstration of how to do it.
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I post the group activities that come with my calculus book for the online students to work on and then they can collaborate on the discussion boards. Sometimes I use these materials as part of my videos too. Either way, it is convenient to have the smaller packaging.
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