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Topic: How do I insert the page numbers created by Adobe Acrobat 5
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 74295
From: kchangchmb
Date: 10/16/2002 06:50 AM

I just got Adobe Acrobat 5.0.

I was told that Adobe Acrobat could create page numbers with prefixes in it, such as "Matter0001, Matter0002, Matter003.... etc). And it does, in Document -> Number Pages. But when I print out the document, the page numbers do not appear, of course. I called Adobe people who told me that Adobe does not have plug-ins that does that, and instead showed me a third-party plug-in that creates its own page numbers and inserting it in the document. Except, the plug-in creates whole new page numbers that do not necessarily match with the page numbers created by Adobe Acrobat, and of course, WITHOUT the ability to put Prefixes in it.

Does anyone know the solution to this dilemma?

Thanks much

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