I've read all the help on showing page numbers and changing page numbers in a PDF but nothing seems to work.
I've inserted the page numbering footer but I need to change the page numbering. I changed the page numbering from the toolbar but it's not changing the numbering view on the actual page. What am I doing wrong?
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Rotate the page before inserting a box for the page number. You have to use the Forms function to insert a box and add the page number. Then Rotate back. Then print the form to PDF. When you open page number will be where you placed it.
You can't just do it. Acrobat is not a document creation program.
You can either convert the picture to a PDF file and then append or insert that file in an existing PDF or you can use other program, such as an word processor to create a page in which you include the image and then convert to PDF and append or insert that page in an existing PDF
MS Pub still lacks a lot of luster, and I've taught this program at the local community college and recently built a template for someone needing the same thing.
The trick is in tracking the numbers which can be done by adding more pages as you go or printing them off as needed one by one and keeping track with a log using notepad. In notepad you can press F5 and it will insert a time/date stamp and you can enter which number pages you printed so you don't overlap, etc.
You want to Insert a Field in the Header or Footer. The field you want is Page Number. You will notice some formatting options and choose consecutive and the options that seem right to you as you are working in the field. You can then select that field and format the color and font face, etc. I've always used red bold. Each page you add will ratchet up the page number for you automatically. The pitfall you may encounter is that MS Pub may crash after a certain number of pages are created. It has and seems to always get a bit better with each new version but be aware of this potential problem and keep a backup of your template file and your working copy. You may find you can also do this in Word which has no crash issue for 1,000 pages.
Still, the most practical way to go about this would be to print off all 1,000 at once or do 100 at a time and keep your log up to date, creating a new working file for each 100 copies with the starting page number 101, 201, etc. This all depends on when MS Pub decides to crash (if it does at all) and how you choose to go about this.
If you are unclear as to what I've stated in the above feel free to ask by commenting back to this thread and I will work with you until you're done. That is if you are willing. I am.
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..
On your menu bar, select, "Document," and under that you'll have the option to extract or insert pages. Go to the page you want to remove, select, "Document," then, "Extract Page," and check, "Delete page after extracting," if you no longer need it. If your new floorplan is already a PDF document, simply select the page you want the floorplan inserted after, insert the page and select, "After," from the pop up screen, and the page will be inserted.
You may need to check your preferences in Acrobat, and simply change the embedding to include the font you're using; but what Acrobat shows depends upon the type of font that you're using. You might understand the problem better after reading this article: