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Old 10-30-2012, 01:06 PM
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Default Problem in changing page numbers

I'm not sure if this is just me or not, but have you any reports of being unable to change page numbers in Setup?

Following the usual procedure: 1. load a file; 2. go to Format/Page Setup; 3. go to Page Numbering and insert desired number; 4. exit from dialogue box.

5. The page number (when displayed using Page Text with the P# option) remains at 1 (or whatever it was initially).

6. Go back to Format/Page Setup. The page number is reset to 1 (or whatever it was initially).

I have a library of all the previous versions of Composer and I had to go back to Version 2.0.4 to find a version where I can change the page numbers.

My workaround has been to set up a file in Version 2.0.4 with the staves I need, set the page number there, exit 2.0.4, run 2.6.3, load the blank file with the page number and the formatted file, copy the formatted file onto the blank file and finally save the blank file under the old name. A bit difficult.

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