DocHub offers the ability to add and manage page numbers and labels using the page manager feature. To add page numbers or labels to an existing document, open the page manager and select 'Page numbers & labeling...':
Using the page numbers and labeling modal, you can select the start page, define the prefix, select the label format, and set a value to start counting from:
Once exported or downloaded, page numbers created in DocHub will be viewable in other pdf viewers, such as Adobe Acrobat:
Existing page numbers and labels will be imported when documents are imported into DocHub, after which they can be viewed and edited via the 'Page numbers & labeling...' modal.
For more information on other Page Manager tools, see Reorder, rotate, remove & add pages using the Page Controls panel.
Is there a way to show the page numbering added on the document itself? So when the document is printed, the page numbers show?
I followed your Page Numbering and Labeling guidance. I was able to create the page numbers as indicated. However, I have not been able to have the page numbers appear inside the image of the pages (they appear below the page images). The article states that "[e]xisting page numbers and labels will be imported when documents are imported into DocHub, after which they can be viewed and edited via the 'Page numbers & labeling...' modal." Is there any way to have automatic page numbers appear withing page images within DocHub?
I followed the instructions. I am not seeing page numbers in the document inside DocHub or when I download and open in Google's PDF viewer. When I upload the doc back int DocHub, the page numbers still do not show up. Frustrating.
Like the previous 3 posts, I am not seeing the page numbering in the document itself after following the instructions.
Thank you for reaching DocHub Community.
Currently, the page numbers and labeling feature only shows the page numbers you set when you click the "page control" icon at the upper left side corner of the editor page. Unfortunately, it will not be embedded on the pages of the actual document. The same result will happen when you download and open the document on some pdf viewers like Adobe Acrobat.
The feature you're inquiring about is not available. Most likely, it is already on the roadmap of our development team, as they constantly work on improving the product and adding new features. However, at this time, we cannot provide any specific ETA for when the feature will become available.
If there's anything else you'd like to see added or changed in the product, please let us know. We really appreciate the feedback from our customers. You help us make the product better!
Tan DocHub Support.
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