PAGE NUMBERING


Keith
 

Hello All

In 1986 BIRTHS we have come across page numbering as follows;

 

1986BM417A, 1986BM417B, 1986BM417C, etc, etc

 

Usual page number are in the format of 1986BM0417, 1986BM0418, etc, etc

 

My question is how do we number the pages? Do we number as shown and then edit them online by inserting an 0 in front of the number.

Thanks

Keith Simpson

Gandalf uk

 


Jeff Coleman
 

Keith

 

When we came across a similar situation in 1985 Deaths we have simply left the leading zero out. So our files are called 1985DS004A to 1985DS004N .

 

Jeff

 

From: Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io <Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io> On Behalf Of Keith via groups.io
Sent: 28 July 2020 19:48
To: Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io
Subject: [FreeBMD-Advice] PAGE NUMBERING

 

Hello All

In 1986 BIRTHS we have come across page numbering as follows;

 

1986BM417A, 1986BM417B, 1986BM417C, etc, etc

 

Usual page number are in the format of 1986BM0417, 1986BM0418, etc, etc

 

My question is how do we number the pages? Do we number as shown and then edit them online by inserting an 0 in front of the number.

Thanks

Keith Simpson

Gandalf uk

 


'Barrie'
 

The scans in question are actually numbered:
1986B-M-0417A.jpg
1986B-M-0417B.jpg
1986B-M-0417C.jpg
1986B-M-0417D.jpg

The issue is that if you enter the page as, say, 417A in WinBMD it creates a file 1986BM417A. Whilst this does not follow the standard for filenames it is not necessary to edit the files to add the additional zero (i.e. to make 1986BM0417A) although you can if you wish.

Regards

Barrie

On 28/07/2020 19:47, Keith via groups.io wrote:

Hello All

In 1986 BIRTHS we have come across page numbering as follows;

 

1986BM417A, 1986BM417B, 1986BM417C, etc, etc

 

Usual page number are in the format of 1986BM0417, 1986BM0418, etc, etc

 

My question is how do we number the pages? Do we number as shown and then edit them online by inserting an 0 in front of the number.

Thanks

Keith Simpson

Gandalf uk

 



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'Barrie'
 

Yes, so in the example given enter 417A in the page number box.

Regards

Barrie

On 29/07/2020 09:12, Maurice Collihole wrote:
Hello
When you create the batch header. You are only allowed 4 entries in the page number box.
Maurice

From: Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io <Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io> on behalf of 'Barrie' <freeukgen@...>
Sent: 28 July 2020 20:21
To: Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io <Advice@FreeBMD.groups.io>
Subject: Re: [FreeBMD-Advice] PAGE NUMBERING
 

The scans in question are actually numbered:
1986B-M-0417A.jpg
1986B-M-0417B.jpg
1986B-M-0417C.jpg
1986B-M-0417D.jpg

The issue is that if you enter the page as, say, 417A in WinBMD it creates a file 1986BM417A. Whilst this does not follow the standard for filenames it is not necessary to edit the files to add the additional zero (i.e. to make 1986BM0417A) although you can if you wish.

Regards

Barrie

On 28/07/2020 19:47, Keith via groups.io wrote:

Hello All

In 1986 BIRTHS we have come across page numbering as follows;

 

1986BM417A, 1986BM417B, 1986BM417C, etc, etc

 

Usual page number are in the format of 1986BM0417, 1986BM0418, etc, etc

 

My question is how do we number the pages? Do we number as shown and then edit them online by inserting an 0 in front of the number.

Thanks

Keith Simpson

Gandalf uk

 



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