Extracts ranges of pages from a PDF document on disk and places the extracted pages into a new PDF document.
The ExtractFilePagesEx function (introduced in version 9.14) is able to produce smaller output files using a cross reference stream instead of a cross reference table.
function TDebenuPDFLibrary1511.ExtractFilePages(InputFileName, Password,
OutputFileName, RangeList: WideString): Integer;
Function DebenuPDFLibrary1511.PDFLibrary::ExtractFilePages(InputFileName As String,
Password As String, OutputFileName As String,
RangeList As String) As Long
int DPLExtractFilePages(int InstanceID, wchar_t * InputFileName, wchar_t * Password,
wchar_t * OutputFileName, wchar_t * RangeList)
|InputFileName||The path and name of the document that contains the pages to extract.|
|Password||The password to use when opening the document|
|OutputFileName||The path and name of the document to create containing the extracted pages.|
|RangeList||The pages to extract, for example "10,15,18-20,25-35". Invalid characters will be ignored. Reversed page ranges such as "5-1" will be accepted. Duplicate page numbers will be accepted but if a change is made to such a page the same changes will appear on the duplicate pages. The list of pages will not be sorted so the resulting document will have the pages in the specified order.|
|0||The pages could not be extracted. Use the LastErrorCode function to determine the cause of the failure.|
|1||The pages were extracted successfully|