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Print PDF Files

With Nitro Pro you can print your PDF documents if you need paper copies for further processing or distribution.

To print a PDF document:

1. Open your PDF document in Nitro Pro.

2. In the File menu, select Print, or Ctrl+P, or click Print in the Quick Access Toolbar. The Print section of the Backstage view opens.

Print from the Quick Access Toolbar

3. Specify the following printing options:

Printer

  • Name: Select one of the printers installed on your system
  • Properties: Configure printing preferences related to your printer
  • Copies: Print multiple copies of each page.
  • Print: Include or exclude markups and stamps from the print job.

Settings

  • You can print all or part of your document. Options for choosing what part of a document is printed can be found on the Settings dropdown

Document

  • Print All Pages: Print the entire document.
  • Print Markup Pages Only: Print only the pages that have markups. For more information on annotations and markup, see Annotation layer and content layer.
  • Print Current Page:Print out only the current page displayed.
  • Custom Print: Allow you to specify the exact pages required via entering the range in the Pages field underneath.

Customizable Settings

  • Print Markup: All markups found within the PDF will be included in the printout.
  • Print Stamps: Print stamp annotations and form fields.
  • Only Print Odd Pages: Only the odd numbered pages from the selected page range will be printed.
  • Only Print Even Pages: Only the even numbered pages from the selected page range will be printed.
  • Reverse Pages: will print pages in reverse order.

Collate Dropdown - This dropdown will only be available if multiple copies of the PDF are being printed

  • Collated: Print the entire page range once in sequence, then print the page range again.
  • Uncollated: Each page will be printed out multiple times one after the other.

Page Format Dropdown

  • Page scaling: Page content can be expanded to occupy the whole page, or shrunk if the content is outside the print-area. Expand is the default setting, so if your print is missing content then you can switch this setting to Shrink.
  • Multiple pages: Print multiple instances of a page onto the same sheet.
  • Booklet: Allows you to print multiple pages on the same sheet of paper in order if the pages are folded.
  • Auto rotate and center pages: Automatically adjust page orientation to fit the selected paper size.
  • Use PDF page size: Paper size will be automatically selected from the PDF page size

4. Click OK

TIP: To verify the changes you make, scroll through the pages of your document via the page navigation buttons in the Preview area.

To print in batch:

1. In the File menu, click Batch Print.

2. Click Add Files button to select the files that you wish to print in batch - you can use the Move UpMove Down and Remove buttons to rearrange the printing order in the Batch print dialog.

3. Specify the following printing options:

Printer

  • Name: Select one of the printers installed on your system
  • Properties: Configure printing preferences related to your printer
  • Print: Include or exclude markups and stamps from the print job. For more information on annotations and markup, see Annotation layer and content layer.
  • Only print pages with markups: Pages without annotations are ignored
  • Page range: Specify pages to send to the printer
  • Subset: Filter the specified page range: all, odd, or even

Page Handling:

  • Page scaling: Page content can be expanded to occupy the whole page, or shrunk if the content is outside the print-area. Expand is the default setting, so if your print is missing content then you can switch this setting to Shrink.
  • Multiple pages: Print multiple instances of a page onto the same sheet.
  • Copies: Print multiple copies of each page.
  • Auto rotate and center pages: automatically adjust page orientation to fit the selected paper size.
  • Use PDF page size: paper size will be automatically selected from the PDF page size.

4. Click OK to start the batch print process.

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