so simple clever and helpful, There is this virtual printer plugin for mac. Labels – to add the filename and page number on each separate page. Click File>Print. Not possible with Reader. IDK how to mark it "correct" since there is already a "correct" answer on this forum. Click Print . From the Pages Per Sheet pop-up menu, select a value. Especially if yer an MVP. Choose File > Print. This worked for me. 4. To print only some of the PDF or image pages, choose View > Thumbnails, then Command-click the thumbnails for the pages you want to print. Save money on printing. Make sure the page layout is exactly the way you want it. The first non-Adobe solution to add page numbers to PDF on mac is, as you may expect, using Mac Preview, the free tool to manage PDF and image on mac. but maybe one of the OS X updates since adjusted things. Your document has only one page. How can I print-to-pdf multiple pages per sheet? 2. Sorry, I assumed you had Reader since you posted in the Reader forum... (I'll move your thread to the Acrobat forums). MacBook Pro Mac OS 10.6.8 Microsoft Office 2011, v14.3.4 When I select File/Print/Handouts 6 per page & Black and White and Frame Slides, and then choose Pint to PDF, after the PDF has been created Printing Handouts. How to Print Double-Sided Documents on Mac. Before you print, always check the print preview in the lower-right corner. I did a few Google searched about this, as I was having the same issue. 3, 4-6). WEB UPLOAD 5. 1. If your printer doesn't support double-sided printing, you can manually print your document using both sides of the paper. By default, this value is 4. 2. You can also pick horizontal or vertical sheet orientation. Here's how I tried to go about it. Click “Print” to print … Useful for slides or documents where the font size is big. In 3.0 select Handouts in the Print content section. I can sort of understand the logic of not allowing virtual printing (why do you need a new PDF when you can either read 2 pages side-by-side on screen or print them thusly on paper, etc), but that means I can't send documents to the printer properly formatted (it also means files are twice as large as they need to be). At least in theory, you can print 2, 4, 6, 8, or 16 copies of a page on a single sheet, as shown above in Figure 2 and below in Figures 3 and 4. Go to File -> Print. Anyway, I'm probably going way off the rails from what should be in an Adobe Forum... sigh... emotions. By half the paper I mean it prints them out as if the settings for printing were to fit multiple pages (probably 2) per sheet of paper. thank you so much ! The feature is also called Tiling in older versions. You need 6 pages. ; Under Settings, choose 3 slides under Handouts. To print multiple screen pages on a single sheet of paper, do the following: Press [Ctrl]+P to display the Print dialog box. 3. I found that (once you are done with your edits in PDF, save and close), you can open PDF in "Preview" and print multiple pages and "save to PDF" without a script : ), > in "Orientation" Dropdown "Preview" and select "Layout", > bottom left dropdown "PDF" and select "Save as PDF". For Mac, select Preview for a drop down menu then select Layout: Under Pages per Sheet, select the number of pages to print per page: Confirm settings with the print preview and select Print to complete uploading the document. Note: This feature is not available when selecting the Borderless check box on the Main menu (Windows) or in the Page Setup dialog box (Mac OS 8.6 to 9.x). Curious if this works with other people. Print a few test pages following the instructions to understand how to feed the pages back into the printer. If you don't like how the pages are rotating when you switch from Portrait or Landscape, uncheck the checkbox next to "Auto-rotate pages within each sheet". (Note: this isn't needed if you have Adobe Acrobat Pro installed on your computer.) Choose "4" from that. How's the script doing? Anyway I just hope you get where I'm coming from... sometimes you work hard and then problems pop up that shouldn't -- making you have to work even longer, and all the solutions just involve you spending more money, when the additional work you're doing doesn't bring in more money to cover it! Printer Pro allows you to set up numerous printing options such as Print Preview, select Print Range, print multiple pages per sheet and use scale to fit/fill. For the two pages landscape front and back it is so easy, but they are too large for our projects.