Set a cress reference to that itam, in the settings of the cross reference insert the placeholder for the page number.
I'm sorry but I'm begginer in InDesign and your short description don't help me. Can you be more specific?
Where do you have a problem?
Please be more specific.Start to set a cross reference and then describe what problems appear.
@Suroiu Stefan – what kind of item do you want to reference? Text or object?
With cross references you can only reference text.
If you want reference other objects like a geometric shape (rectangle, oval, polygon …) that could also hold an image, you still have to reference text in a text frame. Better said: you could reference a text anchor in a text frame.
In a strict sense it's not necessary to group together the text frame that hold the anchor and the geometric shape you originally wanted to anchor, but in case you want to move the couple around, with a group you will not accidently part the anchor from the intended object.
I'm gonna explain exactly what I want to do;
I have an item (image, shape or text) on, let's say, page 7.
On page 1 I want to make a text like this: My item is on page [and here must apeir nr. 7].
On next step I move my item on page 9, and automaticaly my text must change and look like this:
My item is on page [and now must apeir nr. 9].
If I need to start by makeing a "cross reference" the problem is I don't know how to make that. I search how to do that but I don't find, or I don't understand, please explain step by step, I repeat , I'm a novice in InDesign. Thank you for understandings.
Go to the Hyperlinks (& Cross Reference) Panel (Window Menu >Interactive > Hyperlinks or > Types & Tables > Cross-References) and add in the Cross Reference Section a new Cross Reference, you will see Anchor or Text.
When it is a text, select the paragraph style which is used, where you want to link to, if an anchor you have to create an anchor before at the destination.
In the dialog you can select one of the given formats of the references or create your own with all given placeholders.
Search Google for terms like "InDesign crosss-reference tutorial," without quotes, for lots of links to these Adobe forums, and also to other resources, for creating and using InDesign cross-references that are useful for beginners.
You'll find that searching Google with "InDesign tutorial" and the topic of your question, without quotes, will find similarly useful information for almost any topic question you have.
If the item is placed artwork:
On page 1 make a text box that says: My item is on page < Next Page Number> (Type - Insert Special Character - Markers - Next Page Number)
Link this text box to a new text box that is grouped with the item on page 9
But, if the item on page 7 (or 9) is part of the text flow, then using Cross-References is the way to go.
The next and previous page number markers will only work with linked text frames and show the page for the next/previous frame in the thread.