Tips & Tricks

Applying page numbers and the date in Acrobat

December 20, 2006

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You may often find yourself needing to add page numbers to a PDF document to enhance navigability or stamp a date for version tracking purposes. This tip explains how to perform these functions in Acrobat.

Using Adobe Acrobat:

  1. Document > Add Headers/Footers.
  2. Select Header or Footer Tab.
  3. Insert Date: select style, Insert Page Number: select style.
  4. Select other preferences.
  5. Preview to review or OK to begin applying page numbers and the date to your document.

Voila!

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