[Scribus] Page Numbers

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Sun May 14 19:44:10 CEST 2006

Am Sonntag, 14. Mai 2006 19:22 schrieb Russbucket:
> Scribus
> I'm trying to create a master document with automatic page numbers. I do
> the following steps as per the documentation. (I assume newer version is
> edit master page where it says template below).
> With your chosen document open, go Edit > Templates.. If you have not
> created any other page templates, then there will be just one named Normal.
> Next, create a text frame where you want the page numbers to go. Then,
> enter edit mode by double clicking on the text frame and place the pound or
> hash symbol as it is known. # Use one, two or three symbols depending on
> the number of pages needed. For 1-9 pages use a single #, for 11 - 99 pages
> use two # # Enter Alt+#. (US Keyboard users, are recommended to re-map this
> key to F7 for example.) Save the template and return to the main document.
> in edit mode my text box has Page ## Then I enter Alt+# (assume it means
> the plus key also) Have tried with and without + key. I close the little
> window (page name) and go back and apply the master page to my document. It
> appears but the text box has Page # +# or #. Has something changed thats
> not in the documents. Goggle also give the above procedures.
> Any help will be appreciated.

Hi Russ,

The shortcut for page numbers has changed. In 1.3x it's Ctrl+Alt+Shift+P 
(don't enter "+" characters). The "+" you see is probably a remainder of your 
attempts to use the "+"-key. You can also insert a page number via Insert > 
Character > Page Number.



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