How to print non-contiguous pages in Adobe Acrobat?

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I have a lengthy document, and don’t need to print all the pages every time. How can I print just the ones I need without wasting the time, paper and ink to print the entire thing?

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kreiley
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You can go in the print dialog box and select “Pages”, then enter the page numbers, or the range of pages you want, with each number of range separated by a comma. In Acrobat X, you can also just select the thumbnails and select File>Print, but I’m not sure whether this works in other versions. 

jimlynch
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Print selected pages | Acrobat, Reader
http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/print-selected-pages-acrobat-reader.html

"You can print specific pages of a PDF in the following ways:
Select the thumbnails before opening the Print dialog box.
Specify individual page numbers or a range of pages in the Print dialog box."

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