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    Need Info  ·  rite responded

    Hi,

    Please provide the following information to reproduce the issue at our end:
    1. Your OS version
    2. Installed Acrobat/Reader version
    3. Printer drivers and model
    4. Sample PDF document on which you have observed this issue.

    Thanks
    Ritesh

    Jo commented  · 

    Dear Ritesh... regardless of what version of software you should be able to reproduce the issue.. it would appear multiple users have this issue. I have it with an old version of Acrobat 5 and an HP 4100 Laserjet on windows 7. Go to Word. Create a 3-page document and save to pdf. Go to Acrobat and send to print double-sided. You should get Page 1 on its own and then page 2 and 3 on a separate page back to back.

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    Jo commented  · 

    I have the same problem... page 2 prints on a new page even though the print request is for double sided print. From all accounts it seems to be a widespread problem when a document has an odd number of pages. I tried to print just page 1 and 2 of a three page document but it still printed pages 1 and 2 on separate pages! What a waste of paper. This issue seems to be ongoing for some years and I cannot understand why Adobe cannot fix it when it is affecting so many people.It is ridiculous that users have to create blank pages at the end of the document to make it into an even number of pages simply because Adobe cannot be bothered to rectify the issue. I've never seen this issue on any other Windows software I use.

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