Progressive number with Excel then print a unique Pdf file


M

Mark

Hallo to everybody,
I have an Excel file that I use to print a selfadhesive A4 label size to
stich on pallet.

The content of the label is the same, except that I need to print the
label with a progressive number:
1 of 155
2 of 155
3 of 155
155 of 155
Is there a way with a macro to input the first (1) and last number (155)
and then print a Pdf files with 155 pages?
Then I'll print the Pdf in 4 copies (one each side of the pallet)

The max number might be different, depending on the project.

I am using Excel 2007 with Microsoft Pdf printer installed.
Thanks and Regards
Mark
 
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C

Claus Busch

Hi Mark,

Am Fri, 05 Jul 2013 20:38:36 +0200 schrieb Mark:
The content of the label is the same, except that I need to print the
label with a progressive number:
1 of 155
2 of 155
3 of 155
155 of 155
Is there a way with a macro to input the first (1) and last number (155)
and then print a Pdf files with 155 pages?
Then I'll print the Pdf in 4 copies (one each side of the pallet)

click in status bar "Page Layout". If you want the number e.g. top
right click in the right header and then in Header & Footer Tools on
Page Number, then write of and click on Number of Pages.
You can also put it in Footer, left, center or right.


Regards
Claus B.
 
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M

Mark

Thanks for your answer.
Actually I have only one page, and then when I print it should increment
a number:
the first A4 sheet: 1 of 155;
the second A4 sheet: 2 of 155;
the last A4 sheet: 155 of 155, or xxx of yyy


Regards
Mark
 

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