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trishtomorrow
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I have mulitple worksheets in a workbook and I want the page numbering in each worksheet to number continuously from the last sheet. Also, I want the first sheet to start numbering at 265 and would like to include leading zero characters (if possible and easy). I have played with the new page number option, grouping the worksheets when I set options, to no avail.

Suggestions? Thanks in advance.

Post Mon May 20, 2002 11:49 am 
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sann0638
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Hi,
if you put
&[Page]+265
as the footer, then when you group all the sheets and do a print preview this should show it.

Mike

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trishtomorrow
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Got stuck in the fact that preview does not show accurate page numbers...didn't want to waste the paper and finally did just to check...could have had preview feature reflect this and wouldn't have posted...sorry.

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