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Page numbers in PDF

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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Change the number in the pages tab. right click any page and select number pages

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