Are you splitting off and saving each page individually? (For example, the PDF is 9 pages long, so you end up with 9 one-page documents?) If that is the case, then you can try looping the split node. I have an example below. (Note that I have an older version of Core, but I think the functionality is the same here.)
A Split Loop:
The first branch:
This will split off the first page and have it continue down the workflow.
Page Selection should equal a Page Range of 1
The second branch:
This will loop the remaining pages back to the split node to be run through again.
Page Selection should equal a Page Range of 2--1 (two hyphen hyphen 1)
Note: -1 (hyphen 1) refers to the last page of a document.
This is what it will look like in a workflow.
Branch One is on top, Branch Two is wrapped back around to the node. The loop cycle will repeat until all pages are through.
Give this a try and see if it works for you.
I'm trying to develop a workflow that will split pages from a PDF document and then save them individually to my network. The PDF’s that will go in this workflow will be various page counts.
I have tried to use the Split component but the only way that worked is if I add a table to a specific rule for each page range. That is not ideal obviously since the pages will vary so greatly each time.