Pages: How to offset page numbers?

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  1. ravenvii macrumors 604

    ravenvii

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    I'm working on a brief, and currently have the non-page-numbered and the page-numbered components (the cover page, table of contents, table of authorities, etc etc, and the statement of the case and argument, respectively) as a separate document. It'd be nice if I can combine them into one document (makes for easier printing and management).

    But I don't know how to offset the page numbering so that it starts on a certain page as "1" and goes from there. I don't want a page number on my cover page and table of contents, for example.

    Any way to do this in Pages?

    (I am using iWork '09, by the way)
     
  2. exegete77 macrumors 6502a

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    Howdy. Use section breaks. Begin your Chapter with such a break then go to the inspectors "Layout" pane, find the options for page numbering. Mark "begin with 1" instead of "continous". And also un-check the option "same as previous" if you want the Page numbers a different Style as the pages prior.
     
  3. ravenvii thread starter macrumors 604

    ravenvii

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