* Manual (if your printer doesn't support Manual Duplex printing):
In Microsoft Word, when you select File -> Print, it gives you a dialog box for settings before you print the document. In these settings, there is an option "Print" with default value "All pages in range". First, you'll change this option to "Odd pages" and print all odd number pages (1, 3, 5...599). After printing, you shall feed all printed pages back to printer for printing to other side of paper (be careful not to feed same side of paper again). This time, if you haven't changed any order of page, you'll select "Even pages" and click on "Options..." button and put check-mark to "Reverse print order". This will print even number pages but in reverse order (600, 588, 586...2).
Caution If you don't pay attention then it is very easy to ruin printing on both sides of paper. Common mistakes are wrong feeding to printer (I have done that) and printing on same side again (I have done that too). Or not calculating printing order and wrong page order will be printed (Once, I have done that on legal papers ).
* Manual Duplex PrintingIf your printer supports manual duplex printing:
In Print dialog box, select "Manual Duplex". Microsoft Word will print Odd number of pages then it will tell you to flip all pages and will print Even numbers. Still be careful not to ruin page order or printing on same side again (I have ruin even in this method too).
* Automatic Duplex Printing
If you have a printer that supports duplex printing (printing on both sides of paper) then it makes life much easier and less mistakes. In Print dialog box or Printer's properties, there will be an option like automatic duplex, or print on both sides of the paper, or duplex printing, or two-sided printing, then it means your printer allow duplex printing. Text of options will vary depending on your printer.
Consult your printer manual to confirm whether your printer supports automatic duplex printing or manual.
It is very easy to ruin stack of 300 pages. I have ruin printing many times and learned from my mistakes. That's why I didn't mentioned it in my first post.
By the way, e-paper based e-book reader are not that bad. They don't have LCD screen but e-paper technology. E-paper doesn't have refresh-rate like LCD or CRT thus it's almost like reading a paper. Alas, prejudice thinking that e-paper book reader is not good is common within us. But of course, it's personal choice
This is not a RANT. Shove it!