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Mac Users: Where are my page numbers?

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by wavetrain75, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. wavetrain75

    wavetrain75 Useless Member

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    Picked up a new Mac Mini. First time I've been on a Mac since the Macintosh SE of about 1990.

    I imported (to use a video term) a 60 page document from my old PC. The Mac opened the document with no trouble and I have full editing capability, but nowhere in it does it display what page I am currently on, and also when printing I'd like just the page number in the upper right without the date or title.

    How can I get it to display my current page number and to print the number how I want it?

    (Before you ask, I bought it to do video editing. I never got over my experience with Avid so I didn't want a PC. Plus the Mac Mini is just flatout cool.)
     
  2. Pierre!

    Pierre! NRA Life Member

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    What are you using to edit the document? Open Office? or something else?

    Did you try "Help" to get the answer? or visit the Apple site for tutorials?
     

    Last edited: Aug 11, 2010