Click the Rename button near the end of the “Pages” panel. How do I rename a PDF page on a Mac? — Acrobat Answers (2) The next section describes how to find any PDF document for renaming. How to find other pages in a PDF file. . When you rename a page in Acrobat, the old one goes into the Trash. This happens because Acrobat tries to make to rename a permanent change. You can get rid of these old backups by moving them away: Navigate to View > Move to Trash > More, or, on a PC, right-click on the file, select Move File, and select “Move to Trash”. If you don't want to do this step, there are other options. Acrobat doesn't know how to add multiple pages in a file for renaming, so you have to move the pages to another name. How do I find the name for this page? . If you left-click on the PDF file, and then you click Options (or press F3) in the dialog, choose File > Options, then click File Properties. In the Window that opens, in the “File Name” field under [Page #], under [Page Title], you will see the name of the first page after renaming. How do I find in a PDF file the names of many other pages? . The following commands have to be done each time a page is to be changed. In the “Pages” panel, open this dialog: Navigate to view > Page Options, and then choose (or press F1) Page Title under page Options, and, in the window that opens, click “Change Page Title”. Then in the “Page” field in “Page Options”, choose Edit, and then click “New” button. In the “Page” field in “File Name”, click “Save new file name”. In the “Name” field in “File Name”, type the name (from your hard disks) of the file you want to rename. How can I find the original file for a page to be changed. . How to move the PDF image to another PDF file. This option works only if you are not on Acrobat 7 or higher, so I won't cover all of them. How Acrobat handles file name.