How can I print a specific pages in Acrobat 7.0

Posted on 2009-05-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
I have some users that sometimes need to print specific pages out of Acrobat. So if there is a 30 page document they need to print out 2,4,7,19 at the same time instead of having to print those pages individually. Is there any way I can acheive this?

Thanks in advance.
Question by:imprezu
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Expert Comment

ID: 24399415
There isn't a print dialog? If you go to File > Print, I think you should get a print dialog where you can select the pages...
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Expert Comment

ID: 24399446
All windows programs should operatte the same  
Print Dialog opens
Click the Print Range Selection and include the pages you want to print - seperate the pages by commas
i.e. to print pages 2, 4, and 6 - enter 2,4,6 into print range
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ID: 24399456
only enter 2,4,6

don't put comma at the end
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Author Comment

ID: 24399505
That's not what I see in my print menu.


Author Comment

ID: 24399510
Here is what I see..
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Expert Comment

ID: 24399640
that stinks!
Only thing I can suggest then is to copy file and save with a different name
Then delete the pages you dont want to print and print ALL
upgrade to a newer version

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ID: 24399684

I dont have version 7 reader but i did this in version 5

Click on the Thumbs or pages view

the side bar will open and let you select pages

Hold the CTRL key down to mark pages as selected - clicking the pages you want to select

Then right click anyone of the pages and click print (or print pages)

it should open the print dialog with those pages marked for printing

sorry I dont have version 7 to confirm

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