Manual sequence of pages
In the Pages editing field you can manually specify which pages you want to print. In this field you can specify the pages individually or as an interval, ascending or descending.
To indicate the printing of a certain page, simply write the number of pages to be printed. If you want to print more than one page, you must separate each page with a space. For example, if you want to print page 1 first, then page 5, 8 and finally page 9, write: "1 5 8 9".
The pages can be specified freely, without the need for progressive or contiguous order. Printing is performed in exactly the same sequence as the input page. For example, you can print page 10 first, then page 2, 32 and finally page 20, writing this string: "10 2 32 20".
You can also specify a range of pages by separating the range with a dash (-). For example, if you want to print page 1 first and then page 10 to 19, write: "1 10-19. The range of pages can be increasing, as seen in the previous example, and decreasing, simply reversing the values, as in this example: "1 19-10". Page 1 is printed first, then page 19, then page 18, etc., until page 10, which is the last page, is printed.
You can also specify a blank page by simply writing a 0. This blank page is inserted exactly at the sequential location where it is written. For example, if you want to print page 1 first, then want a blank page, and then the interval from 2 to 31, you will write: "1 0 2-31.
The Pages field gives you ample freedom of use and can accommodate all possible combinations of single pages, page ranges and blank pages.