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Old 21-01-2015, 16:37
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Default Page Numbers and VBA

Hello All,

Is it possible to insert and manipulate page numbers in a macro? I haven't been successful at finding any info about page numbers anywhere.
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Default PageNumbering

A great place to start with this is the PageNumbering Macro that ship with CorelDRAW. It is in the GlobalMacros.gms, and you are able to view the code and make changes.

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Thanks Shelby,

I had forgotten about that macro. I've looked it over and can insert page numbers using some of the code therein. It would be nice if it would update automatically when I add another page. Do you have any ideas on how to implement something like that?
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