The Acrobat Reader makes
it easy to print specific pages. There is no need to waste paper and ink printing unwanted
pages. When you click to print, one of the items on the popup menu will be "Print Range".
"Current view" will print what is in the current window on your screen, so if you only want a partial page
simply resize the window to the desired area before printing. "Current page" will print
the page that occupies most (if more than one) of the reader's window.
"Pages" allows you to specify a range of pages (example: 3 - 15) or specific pages (example: 3,7-10,15).
Note that you can include a range of pages as well as individual pages,
each separated by a comma.
If you are printing a range of pages and want to print front and back on the paper, the "Subset" allows you to
specify odd or even for that run. If you are trying to print a window or single page and wonder if you have it
right, simply look at the "Preview" on the right side of the popup.