Would like know what each field will signify in this...
for ex:- 2012.04.0.00.00.08
so what is 2012--the year,
what wpoul dbe next 3 set of 00 will signify
Hi, thank you for answering!
Yes, 2012 the year, 04 the month, and the other will stay 0.00.00 and the last two numbers th page (the document is about 50 pages, so two numbers will be enough! )
have a look on this :-
this might help...not able to figure out the part of how to reduce this numbering along with the page number.......
InDesign cannot change the text inside a Photoshop file -- are you aware of that? You would need to make one Photoshop file for each page.
Thank you both for your answers!
@Jongware : I've done all the files separately, is there a way to put them automatically so ?
Otherwise, is there a way to use the way @Manish_1988 showed me in this link to paginate with the same sistem : 2012.04.etc... ? I mean, even if it is not an image... ?
Found one more thing:--
I beleive you will keep the "2012.04.0.00.00." this think fixed hence you can add the page number on the master page and add this infront of the page number.....and in the numbering and section option Choose the style :-01,02,03
I tried this, but i think, i'm going to do it manually.... it is not as i want it to be...
Anyway! Thank you for your answers!!
This is a job for Data merge, if using the photoshop files, but I'm not seeing anything in the screen shot that looks like it must be done in Photoshop because it is impossible to do in ID, which makes life simpler, so I'd just place a text file for the page numbers.
Start in Excel and make a one-column table with your numbers in descending order. After you enter the first three, you should be able to get Excel to autofill the rest. Save as a text file.
In InDesign add a frame to the master page where you want the number to appear, and rotate as desired. Don't forget to thread them together if you put a frame on both pages in the master spread. It looks like this frame is going to need to be on a new layer above other content. Create a paragraph style with the character color and the keep options (start in next frame) to use for the numbers. Also create an object style to add the glow on the text and apply it to your master frames. You can also include the paragraph style in your object style, but you must still select it inthe Paragraph Styles panel before placing the number list or the current default paragraph style will override the object style and things won't work as planned.