The page number feature in WordPerfect® is very comprehensive. You can start by inserting a basic page number and progress to creating customized page numbers that include chapter and volume numbers. You can also create a custom page number with a combination of these numbers. For example, you might create a page number that shows the current page and the chapter number, or the current page and the total number of pages (also called “page x of y”).
The document management system automatically assigns a unique number to every single document that is added to FileHold. This number called the: FileHold ID Number. This number can be added to the document electronically and (coming soon) even printed on the document.
Word’s numbering feature is easy to use, but it doesn’t work in all situations. For instance, it can’t handle an inline number sequence. By inline, I mean a sequence of numbers positioned within regular text. Fortunately, the SEQ field code handles these situations. I’ll document numbering in coreldraw by showing you how to insert the SEQ field code manually, for those one-time occurrences. If you use this feature often, you’ll want to add AutoCorrect items for quick insertion into your text. So we’ll look at that, too.
You can add a current page number marker to your pages to specify where a page number sits on a page and how it looks. Because a page number marker updates automatically, the page number it displays is always correct—even as you add, remove, or rearrange pages in the document. Page number markers can be formatted and styled as text.
IMPORTANT: Once the version and document control numbers are enabled, they cannot be disabled. You also cannot change document schema types for documents that are using document/version control numbers. This is to ensure the integrity of these features in very demanding environments (aerospace, manufacturing, engineering, defense contracting etc) – without these strict controls the system is prone to human error.
Correct publication design can sometimes come down to a matter of inches or centimeters. Microsoft Publisher, in addition to its margin, row, column, baseline, and boundary guides, displays a horizontal and vertical ruler to show the dimensions of your publication and position of your cursor and also to serve as guides for placing text and graphics on each publication page. You can display, hide, or move the rulers or their origin points. Following are instructions in how to use rulers in Microsoft Publisher 2003, 2007, and 2010.
To format all of the numbers in the list, without changing the format of the actual text, click any number in the list to highlight all of the numbers and then format as you normally would. Word will extend the format to new items.
Next we will import our pre-designed raffle image. For the purpose of this tutorial we will be using a pdf that was created using Adobe Illustrator (Download pdf File). Place this pdf into the document by going to (File > Place) browse from the file and click Open.
You can click the “Delete” button in the “Master Page” button group to delete the currently selected master page from your publication. If you do this, Publisher will warn you that if the master page has been applied to any pages in your publication that the first master page will be applied in its place as a substitution. If this is fine, then click the “Yes” button to delete the selected master page.
Baking: to specify which business division this document relates to. We have several divisions (dairy, baking, grocery). For general procedure that applies to all, e.g., hand washing then we would use ‘Group’.
Does anybody have an easy way to set up sequential numbering in Coreldraw? Our shop has to lay out unit number plaques for vinyl cutting and sometimes my employee has to manually type in hundreds of numbers. I’ve read all the print merge suggestions for raffle tickets and such but I need the numbers entered into an object and not during the print process.
Is there any way I can get PS to do this automatically for me,so I either specify the starting number,or it actually takes the file name (minus the extension,so no JPEG etc after it)and adds this text to the watermark layer while I put the kettle on?
Tip: WordPerfect uses the font set in the Document Default Font dialog box (accessible from File > Document > Default Font) for page numbers, which may or may not match the font that you selected in the document. There are two ways to prevent a conflict with the fonts. You can set the font that you want for both the body text and the page numbers in the Document Default Font dialog box. Or, you can format the page number font to match the body text font. In the Select Page Numbering Format dialog box, chooseFont to open the Page Numbering Font dialog box. Select the font that matches the one you’ve used in the document. Choose OK.
Click Print Preview to check the settings. (Publisher 2010 and 2013 does this automatically.) The ticket numbers should increase by one (Figure K) as they do in the Excel sheet. Publisher will generate enough pages to accommodate your entire list of values in Excel.
5. Next, select the graphics and use the key combination Ctrl + D on your keyboard to duplicate that content. If you haven’t yet set the options for duplicating, a message will pop up to allow you to specify where copied content will be placed. Since that isn’t relevant for this project, you can just click OK to the message and continue.
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article — General Information About Bullets and Numbering — http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q159/9/43.asp http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q212/3/76.ASP
You could copy the inline-numbered paragraph, update all the values, and the codes would evaluate based on the preceding paragraph. In other words, the new paragraph’s first field code would update to 8, the second to 9, and so on. But you can reset a code and thereby subsequent codes using a special switch as follows:
Given your experience, what is the best way to format document names and numbers? How do you determine what to use for a ‘numbering scheme’? I worry that we implement a numbering scheme (to keep procedures and task lists in process flow order) and then somewhere down the road, we need a file between 034 and 035…then what do we do?
When automatic page numbering has been set in all the documents except Chapter 1, the page numbers will show correctly in your Book file. If you move a document within the Book file (by dragging it up or down), you’ll see that the page numbering will adjust accordingly. Remember to save your Book file after making any changes.
Word comes with some default Outline Numbering schemes that already have Styles attached but that doesn’t mean you are only limited to those styles or those schemes. For more information on styles, see the chapter on Styles.
I like your solution, but it only seems to half-solve the problem. At the start, you point out that the V1.0, V1.1, V2.0 system makes it unclear whether V1.1 is a minor revision of V1.0, or a draft for V2.0. This is exactly the problem I have with one of my documents where we have both types of change (it’s a weekly report file, so each week I have new data and a new major version number, but if I make any minor change to that week’s report, I want to keep it with the same main version number) and I’ve just been handed the V1.0 system to use.
Anyway, I used to have a code at the beginning of each case which restarted page 1. As long as that code preceded the footer code on the page, the page numbers would be correct. That code does not seem to have survived the conversion from 5.1 and I’d like to know if there’s another way I could get that installed in my templates. It’s kind of nice to see the footer material on my page so it jogs my memory to manually change the number on the first page of each case, but I’d rather it happened automatically every time I bring in a new template.
The first thought that some folks have is that you can satisfy this requirement by embedding Quick Parts or Field Codes in the footers of Word documents. The field codes display the value of the Document ID and Version properties that are automatically recorded on the document as it is opened from SharePoint. Unfortunately this approach does not work:
Note The “Rog” in this example is the name of the Interrogatory numbering scheme. This name will keep this numbering scheme unique from any other schemes that may be running in the document. See Tip below for more information.
Big project due tomorrow, and upon importing pages from another document, the new pages didn’t follow the page numbering I had set. When I imported them at the back of the document, the first page started at 1 and went consecutively in order. This is not right, and I know it has something to do with the sections, however, I CANNOT for the life of me figure out how to just erase the section settings completely, or to revert everything back to having only 1 section (so there can be a consecutive page count throughout the entire document). This has also messed up my A-master page numbering, as this has reset to 1 as well, and even reapplying the A-master doesn’t shuffle the page numbering into the actual page that it is (It’s supposed to be page 70, but kicks back all the way to 1.)