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Yes, but it might not work the way you fully intend.
- On each page in the "pages" panel, right click and choose 'Numbering & Section Options'.
- From the popup, select 'Start Page Numbering At' and add the page number. Eg, Page 1 would be 1, Page 2 would be 2 etc (you need to do this for each page)
- If you don't want numbers, you can select from their 'Style' dropdown but you must select something
- In the 'Section Prefix' box, enter the text you would like displayed - Matt, Satin, Gloss etc
- If you want these names to show up in the document as a page number, select 'Include prefix when numbering pages'
The result of this is that each page is now it's own section of the document.
Create a text frame, position it in the page margin, use a large point size and type the name of each page. Add a condition to the page name text, so you can show or hide it. Either in combination with the conditional text approach, or separately, you can place the text frames on a non-printing layer. In the Pages panel menu options, choose a large or jumbo page size to make the names legible.
Thanks, just what I wanted.