Thanks Jan. This is living proof that you can teach an old dog new tricks.
With the glut of information on the Internet, anything that makes it easier
to bookmark only the information that is needed is a blessing.
Technical Writing, Help, Marketing Collateral, Web Design and Award Winning
E-mail: geistassociates.com> email@example.com
URL: http://www.geistassociates.com (Online portfolio and resume)
URL: http://www.geistimages.com (Fine art photographic prints for home or
office and beautiful note cards for all occasions.)
" ... I walked to work, quit my job, and kept walking. Better to be a
pilgrim without a destination, I figured, than to cross the wrong threshold
every day." (Anon)
From: Jan Cohen [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 12:11 PM
To: Al Geist; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Remove part of a PDF?
Actually, you can link from an html page (or from another pdf document) to a
specific page in a pdf document. You can locate resources that describe how
to do so by entering the phrase "adobe acrobat linking to pages" in Google's
As for deleting any number or combination of pages from a pdf document, that
functionality has been available in Acrobat since at least before the
dotcom's bubble burst.