A simple .tex file for creating a paginated pdf to add page numbers to another pdf
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  1. #PDF Page Numbers#
  2. This is a LaTeX file to use when you want to add page numbers to a pdf file.
  3. For more information, see [this blog post](https://techblog.kjodle.net/2022/07/28/adding-page-numbers-to-a-pdf-file/).
  4. I believe the .tex file has enough comments for you to make your way through it, even if you are fairly new to LaTeX.
  5. To use this file:
  6. 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.)
  7. 2. Make whatever changes you need and save the document.
  8. 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.
  9. 4. Follow the directions in the blog post linked above.
  10. Have fun.
  11. FYI: This is a just a :seedling:. Let it grow into something wonderful.