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I know it's an old topic, still hope my answer can help others.
Except use Adobe Acrobat, some code sample also can do it.
Here's a PDF page extraction guide, I see code sample of Extract PDF Pages and Save into a New PDF File on it, it will be helpful.
PDF-Shuffler runs with a GUI that allows reading of multiple contiguously listed files (mark file range with shift-click. ctrl-click is not an option for multiple files. For randomly located files, use multiple reads.). It displays thumbnails of the files that were read, which can be rearranged, rotated, cropped, and deleted before saving to another PDF.
Last edited by flshope; 08-29-2015 at 10:02 AM.
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