First I look at the whole pattern, and only print the pages that have pattern pieces for the size I am making.
Then I do the dreaded cut and tape.
For the instruction I print those 2 pages per sheet since normally you can still see everything you need in that size.
For storage I add a label with the pattern info to a gallon zip lock. The label makes it faster to read than writing right on the zip lock.
Then I use an elastic scrap to hold the directions together.
When I’m making the pattern I swap out the elastic for a metal binder ring for easy flipping.
See where I store the rest of my patterns in this post.