# [OS X TeX] Numbering pages on PDF-documents

Chris Skeels cls at unimelb.edu.au
Sun Mar 2 06:57:32 EST 2008

```As I understand things the page numbering on the pdf pages is that of the
plain pagestyle.  If you want something different you will need to define a
new pagestyle.  It might be worth your while taking a look at the fancyhdr
package.  Term starts here tomorrow so I don't really have time to dig too
much deeper into this.  I am sure there are others better placed to give you
some more detail than am I.

On 2/3/08 9:35 PM, "Manuel" <libros at limay.de> wrote:

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> Am 29/02/2008 um 00:20 schrieb Chris Skeels:
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>> Try
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>> \includepdf[pages=-,pagecommand={\thispagestyle{plain}}]{document.pdf}
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> Thank you, Chris. The pages are now numbered (I used page style
> "headers"), but the numbers appear too far inside the page. How do I
> get them to be printed, say, 1 cm below the top end of the paper and
> 2 cm from the left or right ends? Thanks,
>
> Manuel
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>> On 29/2/08 9:35 AM, "Manuel" <libros at limay.de> wrote:
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>>> Hello, everybody. When using:
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>>> \includepdf[pages=-]{document.pdf}
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>>> I need to have the document.pdf pages numbered. All pages have blank
>>> margins, i.e. white corners, so the numbers can be superimposed. But
>>> I cannot find a command to force the "normal" page numbering to
>>> appear.
>>>
>>> Where could I look for this? Thank you.
>>>
>>> Manuel
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