Storage/saving (by default) (I understand) was to “normal.dot” somewhere on “my” C:/drive. (I.e. Nobody else in the office could “get” to the effort. So, I (as attorney), and each secretary, lawyer, and paralegal, had to work in their own “silo” and “reinvent” any such Auto Text blocks). [I.e. Query – Is there any way to save a consistent set of such Auto Text blocks for MS Word to a shared “network” drive, or similar, in a law office?).
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Numbering & Section Options dialog shown next to the Pages Panel. Notice that the document is divided into three sections, the middle section using lowercase Roman numerals and an alternate master page.
WordTips is your source for cost-effective Microsoft Word training. (Microsoft Word is the most popular word processing software in the world.) This tip (92) applies to Microsoft Word 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003. You can find a version of this tip for the ribbon interface of Word (Word 2007 and later) here: Sequentially Numbering Elements in Your Document.
If not, the changes you are making may not be sticking because of an Add-In or other problem with saving changes to normal.dotm. As a short-term experiment, when you have normal.dotm open type a phrase on the page like:
I have designed and printed a BLURB book in LR4 beta successfully. Although the color was somewhat streaked and blotchy, it wasn’t a bad effort, but it does need refinements. How I might add page numbers? Without page numbering, making a book greater than a few pages is not really acceptable.
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A very common usage for the Print Merge function in CorelDRAW is for adding numbers to tickets or invoices. Unfortunately it can be a bit of a hassle to create the list of numbers. When you have multiple tickets on a single printed sheet, it becomes even more complex as you want each stack of tickets to be in numerical order.
Hello Nikoforos, welcome to GS.DE and thanks for your answer. Although your answer is very creative, and a good workaround for people who need sequential numbers inside an AI file, it doesn’t really answer the question. The OP is asking for a technique to add a number to a static document at the time of printing. – PieBie Mar 4 ’16 at 8:42
Someone can correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think Illustrator is meant for that sort of thing. But, as someone who likes to use Illustrator all the time, it’s good to see if we can find a solution in it!
Separate numbering schemes can be maintained by using different identifiers. For 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.
Ok I have a logbook tracking data base. I am trying use a field that has the 8 type of books but each book has its own 4 digit number sequence. I am trying to find a way to give me the next number base on the “prefix”.
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.
The data member not found message indicates you are using an invalid control name. This is what I was referring to before about making sure you use the correct object names. So you probably don’t have a control named txtPONum.
I could not translate either of the options’ instructions into anything that worked. I find they lack clarity and it is difficult to understand what you are supposed to do in each step of the process.
Finally,you said: “I’m not sure how the display would work as far as searching for specific Artifact IDs in the future.”. This will not be a problem. The best solution is to use a combobox to select the Artifact ID. The relevant properties of that combo would be:
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There are many types of machines printers used to number Carbonless forms. One style is a letter press, another is a pneumatic numbering head which uses air pressure do drive a numbering head and crash imprint the number on the top sheet transferring the number to the other sheets. For example, if you were numbering a 2 part carbonless form you would have a black or red number on the top sheet and a crashed number on the second sheet. The image on the second sheet would appear black no matter what ink was on the top sheet as the carbonless paper transfers the image in black.
if you prefer they just type in the number, you can parse out the number into the Collection Point and Sequence components, then use a DLookup to return the RecordID which can be used to find the record. Like I said, the user never sees the autonumber ID, its meaningless to them.
I am using your instructions to create a page of tickets – the design has been created as a picture so I added a text box to “hold” the mail merge instructions but I keep getting the error message “You cannot include DATA, NEXT, NEXTIF, or SKIPIF fields in comments, headers, footers, footnotes or endnotes.” I have not included any of these but I’m wondering if it’s because I’ve attempted to insert it in a text box. Is there an easy way to do this? TIA
Tip You can always reset your numbering formats back to Word’s defaults by clicking on the Reset button in the Bullets and Numbering dialog box. You will have to reset each numbering scheme individually.
Click OK. You should notice that ‘1‘ is inserted into the template. If you have field code shading turned on (Word Options > Advanced > Show Document Content section > Field Shading: Always), it will have a gray background.
I have a file that displays the text “Page 1” in the center of the worksheet. I have not been able to find a way to stop the page number from displaying. There is no header/footer, no “background”, no other special items that I could find that would force the display of this. It does not appear during the printing so it’s not a “watermark”. It merely displays in my view when I’m working in the worksheet. Help… Hi you’re in page break preview view … choose view / normal from the menu Cheers JulieD “whalenohana”
LeChat, Filonia. (2017, May 13). How to Create Sequential-Order Tickets in Microsoft Publisher. . Retrieved from http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7404743_create-sequential_order-tickets-microsoft-publisher.html
Now I have another problem. This code worked perfectly up to ten records. When I tried to add the eleventh record, the Sequence field won’t add any more numbers. It’s stuck at 10. This of course causes my RecordNumber field, which displays as
If you’re working with long documents or producing EPUBs you’re probably using InDesign’s Book utility to manage your project and breaking the book into multiple InDesign documents. Each document starts a section, but you have the same options to choose from in the Numbering and Section Options, with a few additional points to consider: