Print Pages Per Sheet To Save Paper

You can use the Pages Per Sheet setting in the Print dialog box of almost any app to combine 2, 4 or more pages to one sheet of paper. This makes the print smaller, but can be useful if you are trying to save paper or only print a backup copy of some information.

Comments: 9 Responses to “Print Pages Per Sheet To Save Paper”

    Marcia Byerly
    1 year ago

    Thanks again for a great tip I didn’t know existed. I will definitely use this!

    Lomauro Paul
    1 year ago

    It’s unbelievable that I’ve been using Epson printers at home for over a decade and had no idea that I could print X many pages per sheet. Many, many thanks for the informative video. It was so easy to follow your directions.

    Geoff Matson
    1 year ago

    Thanks for keeping me informed. What a great tip. I will be using this often and saving some money on printing.

    Linda Lessard DesGroseilliers
    1 year ago

    Excellent tip, Gary. I routinely change the page range setting at the top to print just the single page that I want, but this could be very handy for tutorials, etc. that I want to keep. Thanks!

    David Mackay
    1 year ago

    Thanks Gary – very useful – one thing that I tend to use to save paper is duplex printing – any idea how to get Safari to print on both sides of the paper?

    Thanks

    David

    1 year ago

    David: That’s a function of your printer and the printer drivers. If your printer supports it, and you have the proper software from the manufacturer installed, it should be an option when you go to print. But it may look different for different printers.

    Joy
    1 year ago

    Is it possible to print several photos to one a4 sheet rather than printing a smaller photo repeatedly on separate sheets?

    1 year ago

    Joy: You have tons of options in the Photos app, if that is what you mean. See https://macmost.com/printing-photos-from-iphoto.html

    Joy Richards
    1 year ago

    Many thanks…much appreciated Gary… been checking it all out!

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