It's a clunky solution predicated by your keeping the book in one file, but just set up different master pages. The only difference between master pages or sets of master pages would be the differing Xs hard-coded into the footers: one set for Section 1, one set for Section 2, etc.
Apply those masters to the appropriate selections of pages and you're done. Art P.S. Why do you think it has to be in a single file? On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 7:18 AM, Michael Zaichenko <biozaichenko at hotmail.com> wrote: > Hello Framers, > here I'm presenting an impossible task. :-). > I have a 300 pages document which consists of 9 sections. I need to generate > an index for it. Page number format should look like this: X-PP, where X is a > section number and PP - page number. Had I separate files, that would not be > a problem - make a book and off you go. I have 1 and I don't want split it > for certain reasons. > So, is there a way to accomplish this numbering in one file? I know in > InDesign that is totally possible with Section'ing the document. What about > Frame? > > Michael > ________________________________________ -- Art Campbell art.campbell at gmail.com "... In my opinion, there's nothing in this world beats a '52 Vincent and a redheaded girl." -- Richard Thompson No disclaimers apply. DoD 358