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Ive created a document and want to add the filename path and the page number
to the footer. For example,

Path: desktop/copies page 1 of 3

Can anyone tell me how to do this. When I look at the footer options, the
page number is a separate icon.
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Use the Quick Parts pulldown in the Insert section of the Header & Footer
Tools Design tab of the ribbon

Or where you want the path filename to appear, press Ctrl+F9 to insert a
pair of Field delimiters { } and inside them type

{ Filename \p }

Where you want the page numbers to appear, use

page { page } of { numpages }

Use Alt+F9 to toggle off the display of the field codes and F9 to update the
fields if necessary.

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Ive created a document and want to add the filename path and the page
number
to the footer. For example,

Path: desktop/copies page 1 of
3

Can anyone tell me how to do this. When I look at the footer options, the
page number is a separate icon.


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See http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/te...002951033.aspx

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"Summing multiple fields on a form"
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Ive created a document and want to add the filename path and the page
number
to the footer. For example,

Path: desktop/copies page 1 of
3

Can anyone tell me how to do this. When I look at the footer options, the
page number is a separate icon.


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Doug....TY TY TY
I've asked this question at least 4 times. Never got an answer that worked
(or I understood). But in anycase, I tried it and it worked. Thanks again!

"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:

Use the Quick Parts pulldown in the Insert section of the Header & Footer
Tools Design tab of the ribbon

Or where you want the path filename to appear, press Ctrl+F9 to insert a
pair of Field delimiters { } and inside them type

{ Filename \p }

Where you want the page numbers to appear, use

page { page } of { numpages }

Use Alt+F9 to toggle off the display of the field codes and F9 to update the
fields if necessary.

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com

"Summing multiple fields on a form"
t.com wrote in message
...
Ive created a document and want to add the filename path and the page
number
to the footer. For example,

Path: desktop/copies page 1 of
3

Can anyone tell me how to do this. When I look at the footer options, the
page number is a separate icon.


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