A simple .tex file for creating a paginated pdf to add page numbers to another pdf
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#PDF Page Numbers#

This is a LaTeX file to use when you want to add page numbers to a pdf file.

For more information, see this blog post.

I believe the .tex file has enough comments for you to make your way through it, even if you are fairly new to LaTeX.

To use this file:

  1. Either download the entire repo, or go to the "Raw" version and copy and paste it into a blank text document on your computer. (If you download it, unzip it and open the numbers.tex file.)
  2. Make whatever changes you need and save the document.
  3. Convert it to a pdf by using the command $ pdflatex numbers.tex. This should give you a numbers.pdf file that consists of blank, numbered pages.
  4. Follow the directions in the blog post linked above.

Have fun.

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