I can't delete the PDF, it doesn't let me change the PDF view. It gives the default option of hiding the preview. Could I use a simple tool that does just remove the PDF pages, then return the page back? — Answer Nov 3, 2023 — I created a PDF file in Adobe Photoshop Elements, which is a pretty easy way to add or edit photos; however, when I edited the page in Adobe Acrobat, I couldn't delete or move it, and it just left it. It was not possible to delete the page, and I could not change the Page View in Adobe Photoshop to a single page or two pages; it was like it was all pages. It was not possible to view the current page that I was editing with preview either. I was not able to undo or redo the changes, no matter how many times I re-selected the page in preview (which is a pretty good thing). Also, I was able to copy the page into my Desktop without losing any information. It is not possible to re-edit the page in Adobe Photoshop Elements. I cannot find the way which I can remove a PDF page from the Preview view, and it's electable Sep 21, 2023 — After deleting a PDF page from Preview and then trying to view it in Photoshop Elements. The image was not removed or moved, even in the case that I deleted the entire PDF and tried to view it in Photoshop Elements. Only the image file that contains the page was deleted. Anyhow, I tried to save it. I got an error message or whatever because my Photoshop Elements settings was modified in the process. I deleted the preview file again to see the results. The image was still there in my new preview, so I know that something is not right. — Answer Question: Can I Remove or Move a PDF Page with Preview if There Are Only PDF Pages? Answer: Yes! However, when you move the PDF page you will have to first remove the page from the file as described in the above question, then remove the PDF page and recreate the page. Question: Can I Use Inkscape to Remove or Move PDF Pages into a Different View? Answer: Yes You can. You can also use Adobe Acrobat in a new Adobe Creative Suite software package with the latest version, which will allow you to use Adobe Acrobat in a different application.