You do this with a text file that is a number list, either by placing the list the same way you would any other text file through a set of threaded text frames set up to hold the numbers, or you use Data Merge to get the numbers from the text file into your tickets. I usually use Data Merge. Both methods have been discussed here in more detail in the past and should be easy to find if you do a search.
By the way, 8 x 14 = 112
Thank you for the answer, looks like you don't really want to loss your time helping me, sorry
English is not my main language and I don't really now how to search, what word to use for a search that's why I asked in a new post.
And I don't understand everything that you said, would be easier with some pictures of a tutorial do you know where I can find it ? or do I just search for data merge on Google ?
LOL thank you I know that 8x14 is 112, just that 7x14 is 98 and I need 100, better have more than less
Thank you for your help
There is a good help topic on Data Merge that will explain how to set up the template file (and I'm sure some good tutorials if you google). You will want to make one ticket on the upper left corner of your page with a placeholder field for your number, then do the merge as multiple records per page if you use a single column for your number list. DO NOT Preview the merge, though, as the preview feature is buggy. Just run the merge and trust. If something needs to change, it will only take a few seconds to run the merge again.
You can also set up the number file with 14 columns and set up the template with all 14 tickets as placeholders, then do a single record per page merge (which you can preview safely), but the setup of both the data and template will take a little longer. The fastest way to make your number list is to use a spreadsheet like Excel, enter the first three numbers, then autofill. Add a row at the top for filed labels (data merge uses the first row/record of the data file to identify the fields), then save as .csv or tab-delimited .txt.
There are several tutorials listed in this page of search results: https://www.google.com/search?q=indesign+numbering+tickets&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8, and here are some prvious discussions here on the forum: https://www.google.com/search?q=indesign+numbering+tickets+site:forums.adobe.com&sa=X&ved= 0CEEQrQIoBDADahUKEwiAw-SSpoXHA…
Nice thank you a lot