Split a PDF into individual pages on iPad with Automaton You need to have iCloud Drive installed and working on your Mac. In Finder, go to Applications and select iCloud Drive from the app menu. · Right-click on the Documents folder>Click (command/option+click). Then select the 'Documents>Split' option on the main sidebar with the X button. · Click 'Create Page.' Then select the location where you want to place your 'split' page in your Document and type a title for this page such as 'Split'. · The page will automatically be split at the current location. If this step works out well on a single machine or computer, it is recommended to try Finder > Organize Page to have the Finder split each document in the correct location in a second, on the fly, on many devices. You may also set up a third instance to get the best effect. For example, to split an e-book on iPad, go to Finder > iCloud Drive — then to Documents — and click the 'split' option. This will split the Documents into multiple pages in the correct location and in a separate folder. Automaton does not provide a separate way to split an e-book. You need to have Kindle Direct Library installed and working on your Mac. In Finder, go to Applications and select Kindle Direct Library from the app menu. Click on 'Manage Libraries' and then choose the 'Kindle' option. Then select the 'Kindle Direct' option on the top sidebar of the Manage Libraries page and click in the 'Add a Bookshelf' section of 'Manage Libraries', and click on 'Split a Kindle Author Page' and choose the path /Library/share/Kindle and click in the 'Add Another Bookshelf' section and choose the path /Library/share/Kindle again and click 'Create Page.' . You may also find it useful to configure a secondary instance to receive book updates for your Kindle app — for example, to receive Kindle Store updates and receive Kindle Store book notifications or download new e-books. Here is a handy page with instructions about setting up a second Kindle Direct Library instance. The best way to split Word documents? Choose a Page Splitting Style to ensure a good document splitting performance.