Please sorry my grammar. I try to explain better as I can.
Let's see. I have included some internal links such as "continued on page XX" and "comes from page XX" for some items. The problem is that as I add artwork or text, the number of pages varies, and so I have to edit the "continue" and "comes from" manually. Is there any way that InDesign assign the number of pages automatically? I mean, for example, when I indicate to a text box where you should continue (usually another text box), just that I do but whith the page number of the expressions "continue" and "comes from".
I hope that I explain it well.
Regards from Lima, Perú
In English, these are called Jump Lines. If you already have a text frame that reads: continued on page XX, delete the XX, place the cursor after continued on page and go to Type>Insert Special Character>Markers>Next Page Number. Do the same with the continued from page XX, but use Type>Insert Special Character>Markers>Previous Page Number.
If you have a story that spans two or more text frames, placing a jump line frame so that it touches one of the frames of a threadded story, it will display either the page number of the previous or next frame in the thread.
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