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In your preamble \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \ifdefined\screenview screenview % set margins for screen \else PDF % set margins for PDF \fi \end{document} On command line pdflatex "\def\screenview{} \input{whatever.tex}" Note: I've no idea what the extra braces in \screenview{} are for, but they do seem to be necessary.


I recently faced a similar issue. Using your first set up and the page ordering 8,1,2,7,6,3,4,5 it was enough to use print two-sided with short edge. (I am sorry for posting this as an answer---not enough reputation to comment.)


I realise that you've managed to create a MWE and posted that as a separate question, but I thought it might help to answer your question "What can interfere with glossaries to prevent printing?" in a more general way that might be useful to others. There's a Java GUI diagnostic tool called makeglossariesgui that can be used to analyse a document that uses ...

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