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Page-Numbering

frank.hollmann
Hi,

is it possible to start the page-numbering with certain, pre-defined numeric values? For example start page-numbering with page-number "4".

my use-case:

due to formatting requirements and the missing possibility to place the toc::[] on a predefined place, i will have to create and combine two pdf-files. One with our "document header" (which includes copyright, change history of the document and other information)  and the other one with the actual content. Unfortunatley, the page-numbering must numeric for the whole document, which includes our "document header".


regards

frank hollmann

 



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Re: Page-Numbering

mojavelinux
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Frank,

That's not currently possible. File an issue and we could consider it. Perhaps we could introduce an attribute like `pagenums-start` or `pagenums-offset` to control the starting value.

Cheers,

-Dan

On Fri, Sep 28, 2018 at 5:17 AM frank.hollmann [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

is it possible to start the page-numbering with certain, pre-defined numeric values? For example start page-numbering with page-number "4".

my use-case:

due to formatting requirements and the missing possibility to place the toc::[] on a predefined place, i will have to create and combine two pdf-files. One with our "document header" (which includes copyright, change history of the document and other information)  and the other one with the actual content. Unfortunatley, the page-numbering must numeric for the whole document, which includes our "document header".


regards

frank hollmann

 






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