InDesign is insisting on printing duplex, even when the "two sided" checkbox under "Printer" is unchecked. All my other programs print single sided.
What is the fix for this?
It's best to print from a PDF -- the PDF-X/4 is the usual recommended ImDesign preset.
Duplex printing is normally arranged via the printer driver.
Thanks for the response. I guess that is one workaround. However, I should be able to print directly from InDesign, single sided. It would seem that the issue is the software, as the printer options are set for single sided and I'm not having this issue with any other software.
Okay. The resolution is with the printer.
Here's the fix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9HzqdYO8u4
Adding this so I can see further posts. I agree that we should be able to print directly from InDesign without a work-around, using its intended print settings, including the "printer" choices accessed by the button for its settings at the bottom of the print dialog window. Today, no matter that the 2-sided printing option is UN-checked, I can't stop it from printing front and back, short of printing...... each...... and..... every...... page..... one..... by..... one, separately. A slowwww process to say the least. This has only been a problem since I moved to Creative Cloud's InDesign from CS6 right after upgrading the Mac to Catalina. Ever feel like every app you use lately is a Beta version?
FYI: Using an HP LaserJet Pro 400 if that makes any difference. Latest driver I do believe.