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PDF Delete Pages

Delete pages from PDF document.

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[POST] /pdf/edit/delete-pages

  • url required. URL to the source file. Supports links from Google Drive, Dropbox and from built-in files storage. For uploading files via API please check Files Upload section. If you are randomly getting Too Many Requests or Access Denied error for your input url, please try to add cache: to enable built-in url caching.
  • httpusername (optinal) - http auth user name if required to access source url.
  • httppassword (optinal) - http auth password if required to access source url.

  • pages optional. Comma-separated list of page indices (or ranges) to remove. IMPORTANT: the very first page starts at 1 (one). To set a range use the dash -, for example: 1,2-5,7-. To set a range from index to the last page use range like this: 2-. For ALL pages just leave this param empty. Must be a String.

  • name optional. File name for generated output. Must be a String.
  • expiration (optional). Output link expiration in minutes. Default is 60 (i.e. 60 minutes or 1 hour). After this delay generated output file(s) (if any) will be auto-removed from temporary files storage. Max allowed expiration period depends on your current subscription plan. To store permanent input files (e.g. re-usable images, pdf, documents), please use built-in Files Storage instead.
  • profiles optional. Must be a String. You can set additional and extra options using this parameter that allows you to set custom configuration. See profiles samples for examples.


  • Method: POST
  • URL: /v1/pdf/edit/delete-pages

Query parameters

No query parameters accepted.

Body payload

    "url": "",
    "pages": "1-2",
    "name": "result.pdf"

Example responses

    "url": "",
    "pageCount": 2,
    "error": false,
    "status": 200,
    "name": "result.pdf",
    "remainingCredits": 60100

Code Snippet

curl --location --request POST '' \
--header 'x-api-key: ' \
--data-raw '{
    "url": "",
    "pages": "1-2",
    "name": "result.pdf"