The Add Bates Numbering action inserts Bates numbering into input documents. It contains the following customizable parameters:
Figure 1. Add Bates Numbering Action Options
•Click All Options to view/edit all options. The Add Bates Numbering dialog box will open, as detailed below.
•Select the Show setup dialog while running box to launch the Add Bates Numbering dialog box and customize settings each time this action is used. Clear this box to disable the Add Bates Numbering dialog box from opening each time the action is used, which is useful when the same settings are used consistently.
Figure 2. Add Bates Numbering Dialog Box
•Enter text in the text boxes to insert Bates numbering on the left/center/right and as a header/footer of pages as desired. Alternatively, click the macro icon to use macros as the source of Bates numbering content. Select Bates Numbering in the macro dropdown menu to add Bates numbering in the default style, or click Bates Numbering Settings to customize the style of Bates numbering used. Further information about macros is available here.
•Use the Margins settings to reposition the location of Bates numbering.
•Select the Shrink pages' content to avoid overwriting document's text and graphics box to shrink page content in order to ensure Bates numbering does not overlap with existing page content when it is added to the document.
•Click Font to determine the font settings for Bates numbering, as detailed here.
•Enter page numbers in the Preview Page number box to view a preview of Bates numbering in the preview window.
•Click Page Range Options to select the pages of the document that will feature Bates numbering. Further information on the specification of page ranges is available here.
•Click the Settings dropdown arrow to save/delete customized settings and/or manage existing customized settings, as detailed below.
Click OK to save settings.
Figure 3. Add Bates Numbering Dialog Box, Settings Dropdown Menu
•Click Save to save the current settings to a profile for subsequent use.
•Click Delete to delete the current profile.
•Click Manage to manage saved profiles. The Manage Presets dialog box will open:
Figure 4. Manage Presets Dialog Box
•Click Edit to edit selected profiles.
•Click Clone to clone selected profiles.
•Use the up and down arrows to move selected profiles up or down in the list.
•Click Delete to delete selected profiles.
•Click Import to import profiles from a saved file.
•Click Export to export profiles to file.