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Hi all,

I would like to create a page count for a found set of records when I am in preview mode and when I export to PDF  ie if a found set of records has 3 pages then the first page would contain a field that reads '1 of 3'

Can anyone help with how to achieve this?

Any help is much appreciated

Thanks

Michael

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A new feature in 19 is Get (PageCount)  even though it is a function it only will work when used as a layout symbol {{PageCount}}  and only evaluates during Printing or saving as PDF

This feature was introduced so that PSOS or server side PDF operations can compute the page count as server doesn't have a Preview mode so no means to compute how many pages. 

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