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Acrobat 4 allows more complicated page numbering schemes. the PDFMaker
macro in Word will pick up the actual folio automatically, as well,
eliminating manual changes in Acrobat.
Ward Rosenberry wrote:
> One reason to begin page numbering with the title page is to sync page
> numbers with the number of the page as displayed in a PDF reader like
> Adobe Acrobat. These readers always paginate from the first document
> page. This makes it easy for users to print specific pages or a range
> of pages because the number displayed on a page corresponds to the PDF
> reader's page number.
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