Nicole,
You are right. I totally missed that.
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If you are delivering PDFs, you could put a footer on the PDF that includes the 
total page count.
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I just tried it and the only limitation is you can put the current page number 
or current page number of x pages, where x is the total page count of the PDF, 
i.e., Page 1 of 104 or 1/104. There are three different variants, 1/104, Page 1 
of 104, or 1 of 104.
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This is using Acrobat Professional 8.1.2.
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--- On Mon, 9/15/08, Hales-Crotchett, Nicole <nicole.hales-crotchett at 
lmco.com> wrote:

From: Hales-Crotchett, Nicole <nicole.hales-crotch...@lmco.com>
Subject: RE: Total Page Count on Title Page
To: dspreadb at yahoo.com, framers at lists.frameusers.com
Date: Monday, September 15, 2008, 1:58 PM








Hi David,
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Tried that ? it only reflects a page count for that individual file, not for 
the entire book. 
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-Nicole
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From: David Spreadbury [mailto:dspre...@yahoo.com] 
Sent: Monday, September 15, 2008 11:45 AM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com; Hales-Crotchett, Nicole
Subject: Re: Total Page Count on Title Page
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Nicole,

I haven't done it, but, according to the book, the Page Count variable 
(<$lastpagenum>), without the parens, should work.

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Try putting that in your footer, or wherever on the cover, and see what it 
gives you.

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You should be able to put it anywhere, except on a Master Page.

--- On Mon, 9/15/08, Hales-Crotchett, Nicole <nicole.hales-crotchett at 
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