Printing Insert Files

I changed these instructions a tad bit for use of all of my insert printables.


Hey! So since I offer printables I wanted to go through how to print them. I know of 2 different ways so if your printer is not capable of printing double sided (duplex) the second way will work for you.

The first way to print double sided PDFs is to change some settings on your print screen. All you have to do is select the “Print on both sides of paper” button and also make sure the “Flip on short side” is selected as well (Use the “Flip on Long Side” when printing A5 inserts on Letter Paper). Below is the screen shot of the print settings. That is it!

Printing Midori

The second way to print is to select “More Options” on your print screen and then select “Odd pages”.

 More OptionsOdd pages

You will print all of the odd pages only. After they are done printing, insert the sheets back into your…

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7 thoughts on “Printing Insert Files

  1. I wish my printer would do double sided, ha! We have an old enterprise style printer, so options are limited. I haven’t poked around enough to see if I can print only odd or even (I thought I could, but didn’t find it where I thought it was a few days ago). I normally just do one page at a time, flip, print, and on and on and on (if it’s something that needs to be done in order). I will have to take a deeper look for this “odd” setting!!

    • The odd/even print feature is actually a part of Adobe. So as long as you have the most up to date version you should be able to print odd or even pages. I posted a screen shot of where to find the setting on the print screen.

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