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Where are the page numbers on PDF-XChange Viewer?

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They're at the bottom of the window:

Page numbers in PDF-XChange Viewer

In case you're looking for ways to add page numbering to the document, you can't do that in the Viewer. That's what PDF editors are for.

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That would have been obvious, but when I downloaded the viewer, the entire bottom row was blank aside from the page layout options and the page measurements. Turns out you have to right-click on the main toolbar and select 'pages navigation toolbar' if it's unchecked. Or go to customize toolbars for others. Maybe by default it isn't visible...
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That's odd, mine was on by default. Cheers for the comment!
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Am having the same problem as the original poster - can't solve it...

I am using Version 2 (Build 51.0) and the Pages Navigation Toolbar is grayed out and I cannot find a way to get it ungrayed...  @Jurgen W and @melotraumatic -- what Versions/Builds are you using?

On an older computer, I have Version 2 (Build 41.4) and this Toolbar is active...

Perhaps this 'feature' has been removed from Build 51 and is now part of the Pro package?
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Re-installed PDF Viewer Version 2.0 (Build 51.0) - and the toolbar can now be activated...  Strange.  Problem seems to be solved...
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In case you're looking for ways to add page numbering to the document, you can't do that in the Viewer. That's what PDF editors are for.

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Go to View-Toolbars-Page Navigation Toolbars, and thats it at least for version 2.5

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