Learn How to Create a Multi-Page PDF Online What is Multiple Pages in a PDF Page/File combination?¶ What does it mean if a file has multiple pages (the page is not a single or a half page)? A document with a number of pages is called a page. Note that page is defined to be the entire document or page is the section which is in the PDF file that has a number of pages. Examples: A Word document (Word 97) has a maximum number of page number of 100. A Word file (Word 97) can have one or more paragraphs. A Word document (Word 97) can have one or more pages. A PDF file has a maximum number of page number of 250 (this allows multiple pages) Word, Excel, .doc, Excel spreadsheet, and a PDF file can have the same page number if there are different page numbers within these files. A Word document has two-page number: Pages 1 and 2. A Word document has an entire webpage (Page 1) which is broken into 2 pages — the 1st page (Page 1) and the 2nd page (Page 2). A Word document has the entire word (page 1), and it also has a 2 or 3 paragraph section (page 2). Example: A Word document (Word 97) has a total of 6 pages. Pages 1 to 5 (the front page) are the front page and page 6 and 10 (the back page) are the back page. The Word document has Page 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 and 20 (both are the front page). The Word document has 3/4 pages — 2/3 front/1/2 back, and a total of 3 pages. Example: A PDF file includes a page numbered with a number, either the number of pages or the total number of pages. It provides a space that can include image data and is often used for images within another file. The number of pages in a PDF may differ from the first page that is present in a PDF file (see example on the left). In this case, the first page is the first page. A Word document (Word 97) has 6 pages (1 to 5 in this instance): Front pages (A1 through A5), Back (B1 through B5), 2nd (C1 through C6) and 3rd (D1 through D5).