The Bates Numbers are like sticky notes attached to documents. When there are too many pages in documents, you can use it to mark what you need in terms of pages, thus creating a retrieval system. The biggest advantage of this retrieval system is the ability to mark content that is scattered across multiple documents. Bates Numbers are often used in the legal, medical, and business fields to place identifiers such as identification codes, dates, or times in images or documents. Follow the steps to add Btes Numbers, or click here to watch a video tutorial.
1. Open the PDF file to which you want to add the Bates Numbers;
2. Tap Editor on the toolbar -> Bates numbers -> Add Bates numbers ;
3.According to your needs, you can use these tools below to set your Bates Numbers:
Margins: here you can set the area for the header and footer;
Page Range: here you can decide which pages to create headers and footers for;
Preview: check the results on the left preview area and use the preview page option to view different pages of the PDF;
Header and Footer Text: type text in any of the header and footer text boxes;
Start Page Number: enter the number to be assigned to the first PDF in the list. The default value is 1;
Prefix: type any text that is to appear before the Bates number;
Suffix: type any text that is to appear after the Bates number;
Number of Digits: specify how many digits make up the Bates numbers, entering any number from 1 through 9. The default number is 1, which produces Bates numbers such as 000001, 000002, and so on;
4. After the setting is completed, select positions in the Header&Footer Text below, and click the "+" next to it. Then the Bates code you set will be displayed in the preview box.
5. Click Apply;
6. Apply the same settings to other PDFs, click Batch -> click Add File, then in the open dialog box, specify your folder and files and click Open -> choose Apply.