Are the page numbers visible on screen?
Generally speaking page numbers don't magically appear by themselves. Often the number markeer will be included in a text frame on the master page. If the numbers are NOT visible on screen, however, it's possible they are being included as page information as part of the output. Check the Marks and Bleeds section of the output dialog.
hi Peter thanks for responding
The page number is not visible on the screen .. When i go on the master page it is blank. I only have the page and the guide that i create...
And when i go to the printing option Marks and Bleeds are grey out...
The thing is when i create a new document lets say 5 pages ( only i go to create new document and let everything as a default and hit ok)
and i fill randon text and then print it out i have the same probleme...
i have the numbers 1 to 5 on top of my spread) i checked on the output in the printing dialog box and everything seems to be oki...
I dont understand....:(
Are you printing from a PDF, or direct from the .indd file?
Can you show me a screen capture (in InDesign) of the top of the page and the pasteboard area above it in the regaion where the numbers how up in your prints, please? You can use the camera icon on the web page to embed an image in your post like this:
It woudl be good if you could show me that agaion, but without the added numbers. And just to be sure, please use the Selection tool to drag a selection marquee around that area on the pastboard to make sure there really are no frames there.
I'd also like to see the marks and bleeds panel of your print dialog.
Are you printing to film to make plates, direct to plates, or direct to paper? What sort of printing device?
yeah it is weird tho..
I will try to do some research on the driver setting...
i dont understand nothing... if you print only single page the numbering doesnt show up..
when you put facing pages i get the pb i dont konw why..
But thank you for you help i do appreciated..
if u have ideas dont hesitate to shoot me a text ..
In the print dialog you have thumbnails turned on to print 2up.
If you uncheck the thumbnails box and then go to the Marks and Bleed section you will see that you have Page Information checked.
When you have the thumbnails checked, the Marks and Bleed will be completely grayed out like you show above.
Just tried this myself. The tipoff was the Thumbnails checkbox..
Hi there, thank you Bo LeBeau for your participation..
you are right When you have the thumbnails checked, the Marks and Bleed will be grayed out.
I tested it before but without the Thumnail checked i can't have the printing that i want.. Let me explain you in details what i mean
when i dont check the thumbnail and i print yeah i dont have the numbering page but i won't have also the 2 pages( or the one spread) in the same paper.
look at the picture below:
as you see there is no numbering page.. but i have only one page on the whole paper ( i use 11in by 17in) and i would like to have
the spread in this paper ( i mean 2 pages one next to the other).
But when i use the option thumbnail i have the hole spread ( the 2 pages) on the paper but with the numbering and the border effect as well...
( i scanned the result that i have after printing so that u can see it)
you see the result now, i have the numbering and the border around ( i dont want the numbering to show up)..
So any ideas??
Thanks in advance
hi peter ...
i finally figured out with your help.
i should ve used print booklet.... it is way easier.. i didnt know that feature. All i was doing was using print and then thumbnail..
so i ve tried the print booklet and yean with some modification in my doc should be fine..
Thank you very very much cauz without your help dont think that i will find it soon... it maybe would take more time to figured out..
so thanks again ..
Print booklet has many advantages over thumbnails. The biggest is you can impose (arrange) the pages for assembly so the are in the correct order if you are using multiple sheets (4, 8, 12, 16... pages -- needs to be a multiple of 4) and the first and and last page will print next to each other , then page two and the next to last on the back of that sheet, and so forth (choose 2-up saddle stitch). To get the same order you are getting from thumbnails, use 2-up consecutive. If you don't have a duplexing printer (two-sided print capability), on Windows it's really easy to print a PDF that you can manually flip when you print from Acrobat, if you have Acrobat Pro and the AdobePDF virtual printer. On Snow Leapard and later, theough, it's a royal pain to get a PDF from Print Booklet.