How to add Page Numbers to a PDF on Mac
Label each page of your PDF document with fully customized page numbers, bates stamps or simple text.
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Page numbering isn't just about adding numbers to your PDF file. It's the best way of guiding readers through a document, enabling quick access to the most valuable parts of a massive missive. When it comes to adding page numbers to your research paper or Bates stamping to legal documents, PDF Expert is the best.
Your headers and footers are absolutely editable. Vary their format, position, or text style to spiff up the general appearance of your document. You can also preview them before applying to make sure your page numbers don't encroach on other page content.
There are 4 simple steps to add Page Numbers to your paperwork using PDF Expert. Before you get rolling make sure you downloaded PDF Expert from our website.
Now, let's take a closer look at each tool and see how it works.
Once you open the Page Numbering dialogue, you should define your page range. It might be the whole document or a particular sequence of pages.
[Trick]. Go to the Thumbnails mode and select a couple of pages. Open the Page Numbering dialogue and you'll see these pages in your page range settings. How does this help you? Some parts of your PDF file can be easily distinguished from other pages. For example, a content part. Simply select those pages, and PDF Expert does the rest.
After that, pick any format of numbers you want: simple or roman digits, letters, Bates numbers, etc.
Avoid numbering of the cover page and start from the second one first.
Adjust the position of your page number using the Layout options. Select the position and fine tune the margins. A small window on the left shows how exactly it looks.
Page number fonts are absolutely editable. Adjust its type, style, size, and color.
Bates numbering is gold for legal professionals. PDF Expert can Bates stamp thousands of pages in seconds to help you speed up the course of litigation and minimize your workload for long-term archiving.
By adding a unique prefix or suffix to your PDF, you indicate its relationship to other Bates-numbered documents. To do that:
You might want to add your first name or firm label to every page of your PDF. This is not a big deal with PDF Expert.
You can delete all page numbers from you PDF document in a click. To do that:
Sometimes a page number can overlap other page content. To fix that, click Edit and adjust the position of a particular page number.
Hopefully, this sheds some light on how to add page numbers to your PDFs. Download a free trial of PDF Expert and let’s insert some numbers into your PDF documents.