I am going to attempt to explain how to go about printing Primary Language Lessons. There are many different types of printers, so please consult your printer manual.
I have a Hewlett Packard Laserjet, the 4000 series. It is an older printer, but it is still cranking out copies…thank you Lord. 🙂 The laser cartridges are inexpensive too. We haven’t had to replace the drum yet (we’ve had it for about six years now).
With my printer, I have to print one side and re-insert the paper and print the other side. I haven’t invested in a duplex printer yet. Do a test run to see how you would lie the paper in upon reinsertion. Print a coloring page with different pictures on each side.
My printer has me reinsert the paper with the printed side face up and the top closest to me if I were standing in front of the printer drawer, or upside down if I were to look in the printer drawer.
Okay, so open the Primary Language Lessons PDF.
Go to File >> Print
When the Print screen opens up, 1. you can tick All or the pages you want to print, which is shown in the image below. 2. Click on More Options and choose from the drop-down menu, Even pages only. 3. Click Print
Once it is all printed, place the paper back into the printer. With my printer, the paper is placed with the print side up and the top closest to me if I were standing right in front of the printer drawer. Check your printer to see how it is to be re-inserted.
Now, go back to the Print screen. 1. Tick All or the pages you want printed. 2. Click on More Optins and choose from the drop-down menu, Odd pages only. 3. Click Print.
That should do it.
Hopefully you will not get a paper jam because that can mess up the order of pages. If your printer is prone to jams, I would print an even number of pages at a time, say 20 or 40 until the whole book is printed.
I hope that was a little helpful.