Question about Adobe InDesign CS2 for PC
I have a large document with over 100 pages. I have created two master pages that assign odd and even page numbering. When I go to print the document it automattically shows SEC1:235, and will not let me select a range to print from. I do not want to print all 235 pages at once, but I do not know how to resolve this. When I try to enter in a range, for ex. 26-120, it tells me the page numbers are not valid. Help!
Try to type the page numbers as sec26-120.
Else... remove the section indicator in the number and section option...
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Try typing "SEC1:26 — SEC1:120". Maybe this will work?
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK, That's why it's not working.. In order to get them on there, do the following:
Once you have loaded the page into acrobat, goto the Document Menu, mouse over header and foot, and choose add..
In there, there will be a button that will say "insert page number", just click on that (only once), then click "ok".. That will add page 1...2...3...4, etc to the top of every page.
As a side note: you can also choose where to put the page number by clicking in one of the text boxes marked "Left Header", "Center Header", etc.. and then click on "insert page number".. You will be able to see a preview first before actually adding the numbers..
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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