The simple export of the front pages as PDF and the separate export of the back pages as PDF sometimes makes sense on MS Windows 11, 10, ... and MS Server OS!
If you don't have / don't want a duplex printer, you need this separate treatment of the front and back sides of the PDF document in order to be able to print it correctly in two steps, e.g. print the front sides, then put the printed sheets back in the tray and simply print the back side to let!
I found out that my printer does not support duplex printing, without reading the printer manual I was able to do multi-page documents and the correct page printing in no time at all.
Printing brochures and exporting to PDF has always been a problem for me at Duplex thanks to Win-Scan-2-PDF!
Printers output without duplex mode so double-sided printing with two separate printing processes leads me to print on the front side and print correctly on the back side.
I always had documents with multiple pages that were difficult to bring to paper with duplex, the arranging was a problem in the correct page order for double pages or double-sided printing or when they were to be printed side by side and had to be stapled together in a folder.
I want to print pages from front to back, how do I print each area of the page separately if I want to print certain pages on one piece of paper without the required duplex options?
The duplex two-sided printer turn the pages over to print the back and arrange them correctly because my printer does not support automatic duplex printing, I just have to turn the pages over and let them be fed again.