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When I am printing selected pages from an Adobe PDF (ie. pages 1 to 5, 8,10 and 12) that I complied from multiple single page adobe files, the pages are being turned 90° counter or colckwise randomly. If I print all the pages, the orientation is perfect. I am printing to the "Adobe PDF" printer.
I am using Adobe DC pro Version 2021.001.20155 with Windows 10
For clarity's sake - you are printing from a PDF to a PDF? Is there a reason that you are doing this if that's so? If you want a PDF that has some, but not all of the pages of your source document, you might want to try the Extract Pages feature to see if you get better results.
++ Adding to the correct suggestion by Dave__M
For more information about extracting the PDF pages please check out the help page https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/manipulating-deleting-renumbering-pdf-pages.html#extract_pages...
It's an outdated process.
This document, made by PDF gurus, explains why you should never refry a PDF:
Awesome! Thank you all for the comments. We will be using organize pages and extract to do this now. This is an easy fix to our problem. Thank you again.