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How do I create page numbers for multi-page publications in FreeHand that 'know' which page they are? Is there any way to create them other than making a masterpage with '00' to assure consistent placement, releasing it and changing the numbers? Any little tricks at hand like in Quark or PageMaker?...

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    How do I create page numbers for multi-page publications in FreeHand that
    'know' which page they are? Is there any way to create them other than making a
    masterpage with '00' to assure consistent placement, releasing it and changing
    the numbers? Any little tricks at hand like in Quark or PageMaker?

    tezzalu Guest

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    Default Re: how do I create page numbers easily?

    If you are on Mac you can use an Xtra found here:

    [url]http://www.freehandsource.com/_frames/_news/_spotlight/_ms_xtras/msxtras_02.html[/url]

    Rich

    tezzalu wrote:
    > How do I create page numbers for multi-page publications in FreeHand that
    > 'know' which page they are? Is there any way to create them other than making a
    > masterpage with '00' to assure consistent placement, releasing it and changing
    > the numbers? Any little tricks at hand like in Quark or PageMaker?
    >
    Rich Hudgins Guest

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    hello Rich,

    isn't there any solution for page numbering in frehand on windows?
    ashakya Guest

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    Default Re: how do I create page numbers easily?

    Thanks for the tip Rich, I wish I had a MAc, believe me...
    but I am in the same boat as ashakya.
    I am using a PC, running Windows XP Pro.

    Does anyone know of a solution for that?

    tezzalu Guest

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    Default Re: how do I create page numbers easily?

    tezzalu,
    This is not exactly an elegant solution, but it may be slightly more
    convenient than releasing your master pages. This method won't auto-number
    the pages for you, but it will expedite the numbering process.

    [url]http://tinyurl.com/3dddf[/url]


    --
    Bill
    FHMX/Win98/Athlon2100+/512M

    On Thu, 22 Apr 2004 05:05:31 +0000 (UTC), tezzalu
    <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote:
    > Thanks for the tip Rich, I wish I had a MAc, believe me...
    > but I am in the same boat as ashakya.
    > I am using a PC, running Windows XP Pro.
    >
    > Does anyone know of a solution for that?
    >
    Bill Guest

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    Default Re: how do I create page numbers easily?

    Thanks for that Bill.
    I had looked in the tech notes myself, but didn't think that that really
    answered my question. It seems a compination of placing the page numbers on
    master pages to assure consistent placing in combination with the
    spell-checking method from the tech notes is my best bet at this point.

    cheers

    tezzalu Guest

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