How to add page numbers to a PDF.

When reviewing and adding comments to PDF documents, it is essential to have page numbers. Learn how easy it is to add them.

Organization and attention to detail are hallmarks of effective communication. Having the ability to add page numbers to a PDF document you are reviewing illustrates a higher level of professionalism. It's not difficult and will make working with PDFs so much easier.

Steps for adding page numbers to a PDF.

Including page numbers for your PDFs makes them more organized. Page numbers enable you to direct a reader to specific areas without confusing or lengthy instructions. This ability is essential when you have added pages to a document.

If the page order or the number of pages has changed, it is easier to refer a reader to page 4, for example, instead of telling them where you have placed this specific page in the document.

Here’s how to add page numbers to a PDF. It’s easy to do; just follow these steps:

  1. Drag and drop the PDF or select a file to upload it to Adobe’s online PDF editor.
  2. Select the add text control. It’s the large capital T at the top of the page.
  3. Click on the page where you’d like the page number to appear and type the number.
  4. To change the font size for the page number, select the page number and click the font size control at the top of the page. It’s the icon with a small capital T next to a large one. You can choose sizes from 6 px to 24 px.

Uplevel your organization skills by adding page numbers to your and your team’s PDF documents. Your colleagues will appreciate the help in making company tasks even more efficient.

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