You could print it in a single page mode, turn your paper up-side-down and print it once again...
or start to discover scripting.
We thought of that but they are being imposed 6up and cut and stacked so when you turn them over they backup to the wrong ones.
I'd love to get into some scripting if I had time.
Thanks for the reply.
You could impose 6-up of the same page on a sheet....
Yeah but we only need one of each so we would be going from 14 clicks in a cut-n-stack configuration to 84 clicks in a 6up one. It won't take that long for me to duplicate one at a time, I was just trying to learn something if it existed.
This ExtendScript script will do the trick:
var doc = app.activeDocument;
var pages = doc.pages;
var nPages = pages.length;
for (i = nPages-1; i >= 0; i--)
var pg = pages[i];
Just copy and paste it into SomeFileName.jsx, put it in your Scripts Panel folder, and run.