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Thank you very much for giving us an opportunity to help you. Do you have you page number in you Header and Footers or just on the pages.\Also do you use windows or Mac waiting your feedback to help you.
Thanks for your feedback.It a direct chat between me and you. If i add page number and i delete the page it changes the pages number.
ok please see if you can do this steps
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Or you can look at this setting to add your number to theHeader and Footers
Tools - Pages - Edit Page Design - Header & Footer - Add Header & Footer.
Select the font and size, etc, place the cursor on the appropriate site to insert the page number, click the "Insert Page Number" button, and click OK.
thanks look at the second info for me
What version of adobe do you use??
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please add the page for me to help you ...
sorry see this attachment https://acrobatusers.com/tutorials/how-do-i-add-page-numbers-to-a-pdf-file this is the video what i want to show you
Yes thanks i just looking at it
So you want you pages numbers to changes in the index page??
ok i will opt out you will see if one of the other experts pickup you call. The other expert can see what you send me and will pickup from here
Hi! My name is ***** ***** I can help pick up from where caraleneK is leaving off.
Adobe Acrobat Pro does not have the functionality you're looking for built-in (although it really should). That said, it *is* possible to add this functionality using plug-ins. Bad news? The plugins are not free.
If the cost isn't an issue, there are two plugins in particular you might want to check out. They are:
Both products work similarly -- they take the "bookmarks" created by Acrobat which correspond to the different pages of your document, and generate a "live" table of contents from that.
Another option is to use a different product entirely. Nuance Power PDF is a an alternative PDF creation software created by the makers of Dragon Naturally Speaking, and has the functionality you are looking for built-in. (They offer two versions of the software, and the feature you want is included with both).
I'm very sorry that I don't have a better solution to offer you, but this is, indeed, an area where Adobe's software is lacking.
If you have any other questions, please let me know.