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The Main Document Window
The Main Document Window
Main Document Window Screenshot
Numbering Positions
This section is used for creating and configuring each number that appears on the page.
Changing these values affects only the selected number positions.
Page Layout
This section is the main interface used for layout out your page. It provides your WYSIWYGWhat You See Is What You Get preview of the printed page.

The shaded area around the edge of the paper indicates the limits of where your printer can print. This area is reported by the operating system. Your printer may actually be able to print on that area and Easy Numbering will not prevent you from placing anything there. It is simply there to help you layout your page. The View menu allows you to modify the appearance of the page preview. You can show/hide the guidelines, background image and the rulers. These settings affect only the on-screen appearance and doesn't affect the printed output.
Base Numbering Information
This section defines how the base number is generated for each page (see below for further explanation) The Number of Pages are automatically calculated based on the above information.
Double-Sided Printing
Double-sided printing allows you to print separate graphics and numbers on the front and back of each page.
Each side of the page has its own background image and set of numbering positions associated with it.

From the Settings menu, you can change your document to double-sided or single-sided.
When double-sided is selected, two buttons appear below the page layout pane which allow you to change your view between the front and back of the page. When you switch between front and back, the numbering positions displayed in the list on the left-hand side of the winodw will change to only show you the positions appearing on the side of the page your are viewing.
How It Works

Each page has a “base number” which is defined by the Base Numbering Information.
The “Add” value of each position is added to the “base number” of the current page to generate the number printed.

There are two general ways of setting up the numbering information when the pages have multiple tickets/forms per page. Here are two 4-Up examples using the two different setup methods:

Example 1
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
Position 4
Page:1 base=11234
Page:2 base=55678
Page:3 base=99101112
Page:4 base=1313141516
Page:5 base=1717181920
Starting Number:1
Ending Number:20
In this example, the positions are numbered sequentially across each page.
Example 2
Position 1
Position 2
Position 3
Position 4
Page:1 base=1161116
Page:2 base=2271217
Page:3 base=3381318
Page:4 base=4491419
Page:5 base=55101520
Starting Number:1
Ending Number:5
In this example, the positions are numbered sequentially in each vertical stack.
This example takes more thought to setup, but having the stacks in sequential order is usually a more desirable result.

Easy Numbering can simplify creating layouts similar to Example 2 for you. Select Generate N-Up Ticket Positions from the Edit menu to configure the positions the way you want and Easy Numbering will automatically generate your numbeirng positions and numbering information for you.