Printing Adobe Acrobat
Some of the PDF documents on the OSHPD website can run over 100 pages, but you may only need the information from 1 or 2 of those pages. The following are instructions on how to print specific pages in a document:
- To print documents in Adobe Acrobat you can either:
- Click on the Print icon in the Adobe menu bar or
- Select Control + P or
- Alt - File - Print
- Select File - Print from the Adobe menu bar or To Print the entire document, make sure the "All # pages" option has been selected, and click the OK button.
- To Print the current page (page being viewed) only, make sure the "Current page" option has been selected, and click the OK button.
- To print selected pages in the document, make sure the "Pages from" option has been selected, and then enter in the page range of your choosing. To select only 1 page, enter the page number in both boxes.
Reminder: Page numbers you enter, for printing purposes only, are to be the Adobe Acrobat Reader page numbers, and not the document page numbers. See below for more details on this topic.
Page Numbering in Adobe
It is important to be aware of the page numbering differences between the Adobe Acrobat Reader and the actual documents you are viewing. Please read this page numbering information below, as it will simplify document viewing for you.
The Adobe Acrobat Reader numbers pages differently from the document within the reader. Adobe Acrobat simply looks at the number of total pages within a document, and begins with the number 1 for the first page. While this makes sense in some cases, this numbering does not allow for unnumbered pages, such as Cover pages and Table of Contents.
Please remember this numbering difference. Many PDF documents contain references to other pages within the document. It is important to use the page numbers on the actual document pages in order to navigate to referenced pages. The Adobe Acrobat Reader page numbers should be used as more of a guide to how many total pages a document contains.