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The next new feature that I want to highlight in the Book module is the ability to add page numbers to your book projects. Previously, you weren't able to do this. Now you can do this really easily. In order to illustrate how this works, I'll go ahead and click into one of the spreads and then I'll click on this icon here to zoom in. Next, if you navigate to the Page panel in the top left-hand corner, you have a check box, which allows you to include page numbers. Now by default, these page numbers begin with a number one on the first non-cover page.
In this case, it's this one here. If I go ahead and click into that, what we'll see is that this is page number 1. Yet perhaps we wanted this page to be a dedication page. You could always start this at a later point by navigating to the page where you want it to start, perhaps right here. You then Right+click or Ctrl+click into that page number area and then choose Start Page Number. In this case, we'll start with 1 there and then it will move forward. You can also customize the pages numbers. You can change the location by clicking on this menu here.
You could choose different corners, Top or Bottom. Or you could also choose the top of the page or the bottom of the page, or the side. In this way, you can selectively decide where you want those to appear. In this case, I'll choose Bottom Corner. Last but not least, you can click into those page numbers and what you can do is you can customize the text. In this case, perhaps you want to use a different font. Well, you could then make a selection of a font. You could also change its overall size and color. As you make those changes, they will be applied globally to your Book Project.
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