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I do not want numbered lists, I want to number each page of my text. How do I achieve this?

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I believe Scrivner is just like most programs, in that you want to look at formatting on the header or footer to add page numbers.

Go to Page Settings> Header and Footer tab

There you set what you need. Page numbers should be in there as an option. (there are tons of options--no page number on the first page if you're doing a title page, that sort of thing)

Since I have no idea how you want your pages numbered (settings like centered, to the left, or in the corners of facing pages) I can only point you in the direction of where to start. Good luck! Hope this helps!

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In File > Compile > Page settings, you can set the header using formatting codes found under Help > Place Holder Tags List. E.g. <$p> will print the page number.

You can also find Compile as a shortcut icon in the center of the top frame.

(This is for the Mac version of Scrivener.)

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