Are you burning too many pages when printing PDF documents? You can conserve paper and reduce waste by printing your PDF documents n-up, the term for printing two or more PDF document pages per printer page (output). Adobe Reader has included this functionality at least since version 6.0.
Open your PDF document.
Go to to File→Print.
Select the page range you wish to print from the PDF document. Select the appropriate radio button: All – This is the default) selection. Pages – This allow you to specify a print range (the page numbers to be printed).
Configure the page sizing and handling. In the Page Sizing & Handling group, select Multiple. This allows you to print multiple PDF pages on one sheet
Change the settings so that the desired output layout appears in the Preview pane to the right. Select the preferred Orientation of your document – Landscape or Portrait. This selection will affect the layout displayed in the preview pane and also which settings are appropriate. Often, selecting Custom will enable you to set up your preferred layout most easily.
Select additional layout and print options if desired. Click the Print page border check-box to print a line around each page.
Click the Print on both sides of paper to save even more paper. If binding the printout, you will have the choice of binding on the side (Flip on long edge) or on the top (Flip on short edge).