I want to print specific slides from one frame using Acrobat under Microsoft Windows (I don't have a choice here...).
Specifically, for instance, I want to print the 6th and and 12th slide of my second frame, which corresponds to actual pages 14 and 20 in the PDF.
I have always used Evince on GNU/Linux before, and when I would say "print pages 16 and 20", it would do exactly what I intended. So I tried the same with Acrobat, but it just printed the first slide in the 16th and 20th frames—obviously not at all what I wanted.
Is there a way to con Acrobat into doing exactly what I want from it? Unfortunately, using a different operating system, modifying the LaTeX source, and/or printing both slides separately are not an option.
It has been pointed out that my use of "slide", "page", etc. was not clear, so I have reworded my question making the following terminologic assumption:
- By "frame", I mean an actual Beamer
\frame, and the "frame number" is the one that would be output by
- By "slide", I mean a page in the resulting PDF document, therefore a
\pauses contains three slides
- By "page", I mean the page number that is shown in parentheses in Acrobat or Evince, or the only page number that is shown in xpdf or GSview—for instance, when I'm looking at the 6th slide in the 2nd frame, I see "2 (14 of 158)", so the 6th slide of the 2nd frame is page 14