Scenario 1: You have a 200-page book and realize the page numbering is off by one number, starting at print page 6! You need to insert page number 7 and then all further pages must change to be 8-to-201.
Using Braille2000, I can insert the missing print page number, and the file will self-correct all further print page numbers. This is achieved by choosing "correct all" in the dialog box that appears when you insert a page change indicator between two consecutive numbers that are already in the file.
**Does anyone know how to get B2K to SUBTRACT print page numbers? The second scenario is that you realize that there should *not be a page change indicator at page 6. In other words, pci 7 should be 6, pci 8 should be 7, etc. Is there an automatic way to have page numbers 7-to-200 change to be 6-to-199?
I was intrigued so I played around in B2K and found a method. Select all of the page numbers that need changing by highlighting the complete portion (e.g., print page numbers 7 through 200). Go to Menu, Do, Page Numbering, select the Print Number tab, then click the Group Adjust button. You can enter in the adjustment desired: in your case, down by one or -1 (a message in red appears if page number conflicts will occur). There is a checkbox on whether to ignore conflicts. Finally, click Adjust to execute. Obviously one way to do it, but hope you found an easier method.