Can anyone help with a solution for sequential form numbering either via nintex forms or workflow. In order to meet a client specification I’m looking to create multiple sets of sequentially numbered forms within a list.
Thank you very much. I learnt number seq from here and applied it on my transport booking pad and this save me hours of work. Now can you please show me how to do something like 120/12, then 120/13, 120/14 and so on with seq.
I’ve done it on a 24-up page (to print digitally) by duplicating the page as many times as I needed, opening a spreadsheet and getting it to fill a column with ascending numbers, copying those numbers and then pasting into linked text boxes on my ID page. You only have to link the last box on each ID page with the first on the next page.
Here’s one way, copy and paste-in-place everything into your master page, then make a text box where you want the number to be. type a letter into the text box and select it, at the top of your screen select type/ insert special character/ auto page number. now make 250 pages from your master page.
Also, I followed the nine steps (five steps by your count) — 1) Insert; 2) Quick Parts; 3) Field; 4) Seq [Name]; 5) Options; 6) Formatting; 7) Add to Field; 8) Field Specific Switches; 9) /n; OK; OK, but I keep getting Error! No sequence specified.
In the other tab for the PONum field, I typed in txtPONum as you had mentioned earlier. It is just not generating a number. I don’t even know what question to ask now, ’cause I do not know where this is going wrong. I’ll keep trying something…
Sequential numbering means that each printed piece will have a unique number printed on it within a range (for example 001-251). Sequential numbering may be used for such things as raffle tickets and membership cards.
Note: This post explains how to handle the numbering when working with chapters in a book file. If you are working with sections within a single file, substitute ^1 for the ^H and start with ^1, ^1.^2, ^1.^2.^3 instead ^H, ^H.^1, ^H.^1.^2.
I would like to know the answer as well SSentesy, but how were you able to get the numbers to print? When I tried this with numbers to 500; 500 pages of tickets printed instead of 500 tickets with the numbers.
How do I get numbering like the attached image using text in photoshop? I have photoshop elements 9. Basically I just want to be able to type out numbers within boxes, or some other solution that will give me this desired effect easily.
there.. i’ve tried using recording Action. How to use script, (if i have to use script, can you instruct me on a step-by-step procedure or atleast pinpoint me to a thread that explains it, because the ticket’s deadline is on May 4th, and again i have 12,500 tickets to make)
Note: Quick Parts is one way to store and use the SEQ fields — you can use this Quick Parts method and/or the AutoCorrect method described earlier in this article. As far as I can tell, you do not have to have the field codes displayed to add these fields as Quick Parts, but it may be easier to see which is which if you do.
This chapter (web page) takes you through how numbering is supposed to work in Word and the various controls. It is useful, but primarily on SEQ fields and simple numbered lists and also as reference showing the menus, dialogs and controls and going through the concepts for outline numbering. To actually set up outline numbering that works, refer to the Kelly and McGhie articles.
Separate numbering schemes can be maintained by using different identifiers. sequential numbering example, you might number blocks of client information using the “clientinfo” identifier, while a running count of all orders might be totaled with a “numorders” identifier.
To create the inline numbering sequence, copy the code and the surrounding parentheses. Position the cursor where you want to continue the sequence within your text and press [Ctrl]+V. Figure C shows the result of pasting several throughout the paragraph. At this point, they all display 1.
Hi All, I am working on a YTD Sales report. I would like to know if I can create a cell in a query that will be a squential number. Starting with 1 on up. If so how would I do this? Report would look something like: Num Customer YTD Sales 1 Bobs Sales 495,000 2 Denny’s 395,000 3 Biffs Supply 390,000 4…. — Matt Campbell mattc (at) saunatec [dot] com Message posted via http://www.accessmonster.com You can use a text box in the report: Control Source: =1 Running Sum: Over All — Duane Hookom Microsoft Access MVP “mattc66 via AccessMo…
Right now it is just one page, so I am guessing I would need to duplicate the page X amount of times to get up to the number I want. In the past I have just printed the one page multiple times but then I would think this way I would get several copies with codes 1001 – 1010.
Note: If you turn the feature off and create your list manually, you can’t select and change the list all at once. For example, you can’t select the list and change the color of all of the numbers at one time.
Using the code below, I keep getting an error that says “The requested member of the collection does not exist.” Do you know what I am doing wrong? Sub CreateInvoiceNumber() Invoice = System.PrivateProfileString(“C:\Users\Chad\Documents\BOLTemplate\” & _ “invoice-number.txt”, “InvoiceNumber”, “Invoice”) If Invoice = “” Then Invoice = 1 Else Invoice = Invoice + 1 End If System.PrivateProfileString(“C:\Users\Chad\Documents\BOLTemplate\” & _ “invoice-number.txt”, “InvoiceNumber”, “Invoice”) = Invoice ‘ Insert the number in the document ActiveDocument.Bookmarks(“Invoicenan”).Range.InsertBefore Format(Invoice, “”) ActiveDocument.SaveAs2 FileName:= _ “C:\Users\Chad\Documents\BOLTemplate\inv” & Format(Invoice, “#”) & “.docx” _ , FileFormat:=wdFormatXMLDocument, LockComments:=False, Password:=””, _ AddToRecentFiles:=True, WritePassword:=””, ReadOnlyRecommended:=False, _ EmbedTrueTypeFonts:=False, SaveNativePictureFormat:=False, SaveFormsData _ :=False, SaveAsAOCELetter:=False, CompatibilityMode:=14 End Sub
Word’s numbering feature is easy to use, but it doesn’t work in all situations. For instance, it can’t handle an inline number sequence. By inline, I mean a sequence of numbers positioned within regular text. Fortunately, the SEQ field code handles these situations. I’ll start by showing you how to insert the SEQ field code manually, for those one-time occurrences. If you use this feature often, you’ll want to add AutoCorrect items for quick insertion into your text. So we’ll look at that, too.
do you do your own engraving, or do you sub it out? All the basic engraving software I encountered years ago in an engraving shop did sequential numbering, so if subbing, maybe setting up the file is not needed?
That would be a job for Cross-References and Bookmarks. You would need to create a Bookmark containing the SEQ number, then reference it elsewhere with a Cross-Reference. See “Type Once, Repeat Many” for more details.
Sharing would involve putting both the Normal and Building Blocks templates in a networked location and pointing everyone’s personal template locations to a common networked folder. If you’re on version 2016, see this article.
Yes a template PSD file a ticket sheet multiple tickets with text layers for ticket numbers is the way to go. You should be able generate the data file required using a spread sheet to enumerate the ticket numbers and write the csv file.
Tip Microsoft strongly recommends that you link your numbering to styles. The importance of this will be very apparent during the Outline Numbered section. Also, there is more information on the importance of styles when working with numbering in the Styles chapter.
Customize any level that you’d like and click OK to apply the numbering within your document. Article I should appear within the document since you added the word article before level 1 through customization.
There are three issues common to all three scenarios. First, the sequential number is stored separately in the table as an Integer datatype (might need Long Integer). Second, the DMax function is used to determine the last number used. Third, the number needs to be generated immediately prior to saving the record.
On to Subhead 2. This one looks exactly like the settings for Subhead 1, but the level is now 3, and the number style “^H.^2.^3^t” is now calling in the level 3 number, i.e., “1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3, etc.”
Click on the “Paragraph Style” panel to change the appearance of your page numbers to the visual style you would like. When you change the style on the master page “A,” it will change all the numbers’ styles.