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Insert page numbers

To insert page numbers into your document,

  1. switch to the Insert tab of the top toolbar,
  2. click the Header/Footer Header/Footer icon icon at the top toolbar,
  3. choose the Insert Page Number submenu,
  4. select one of the following options:
    • To put a page number to each page of your document, select the page number position on the page.
    • To insert a page number at the current cursor position, select the To Current Position option.

To insert the total number of pages in your document (e.g. if you want to create the Page X of Y entry):

  1. put the cursor where you want to insert the total number of pages,
  2. click the Header/Footer Header/Footer icon icon at the top toolbar,
  3. select the Insert number of pages option.

To edit the page number settings,

  1. double-click the page number added,
  2. change the current parameters at the right sidebar:

    Right Sidebar - Header and Footer Settings

    • Set the Position of page numbers on the page as well as relative to the top and bottom of the page.
    • Check the Different first page box to apply a different page number to the very first page or in case you don't want to add any number to it at all.
    • Use the Different odd and even pages box to insert different page numbers for odd and even pages.
    • The Link to Previous option is available in case you've previously added sections into your document. If not, it will be grayed out. Moreover, this option is also unavailable for the very first section (i.e. when a header or footer that belongs to the first section is selected). By default, this box is checked, so that unified numbering is applied to all the sections. If you select a header or footer area, you will see that the area is marked with the Same as Previous label. Uncheck the Link to Previous box to use different page numbering for each section of the document. The Same as Previous label will no longer be displayed.

    Same as previous label

To return to the document editing, double-click within the working area.

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