Printing page numbers and file information

Page numbers are useful when collating material that does not include page numbers in the document or when the page numbers in the document do not correspond to the actual number of pages.

File information includes the work's color profile, the halftone settings, the name of the file, the date and time the work was created, and the plate number (useful when printing color separations.) When you enable the Print File Information check box, you can specify a job name (also called a slug line) included with the file information.

To see page numbers and file information, the paper on which you are printing must be larger than the page size of the document you are printing. However, you can print file information inside the document's page by enabling the Position Within Page option.

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