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ADOBE: Add page numbers AFTER creating document


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Sue Bee

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Hi:

I'd like to add pages numbers AFTER creating an Adobe document. I have Adobe pro 6.0. Does anyone know if this is possible? I realize it can be done before hand.

As an alternative, how can I force one Word Document to obtain the same properties as the Word Document I'm inserting it into. Without knowing this, any Word document I insert that has tables or tabs looks completely screwy once I insert it into an existing Word document.

Thanks a lot! Suzy
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Yes - found out you can. In case someone else needs it: First create header/footer, then insert page number
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