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I’ve seen quite a few cases come in regarding page numbering. The most common issue is ‘! Syntax Error, !/Syntax Error, !’
Page numbering is driven from the bookmarks within the Microsoft Dynamics GP Word Template. If you are unfamiliar with what bookmarks are and how Microsoft Dynamics GP utilizes them with Word Templates, check out my blog on this:
What are bookmarks and how are they used in Microsoft Dynamics GP's Word Templates?https://community.dynamics.com/gp/b/dynamicsgp/posts/what-are-bookmarks-and-how-are-they-used-in-microsoft-dynamics-gp-s-word-templates
Specifically bookmarks StartTemplateDocumentBookmark and EndTemplateDocumentBookmark are what drive the page numbering.
So, when these cases come in the first thing, I like to do is verify that these two bookmarks are included within the Word Template.
When adding bookmarks to Word Templates, I like to first makes sure they are visible on the Microsoft Word Document and have my text boards visible.
Hopefully like myself your document is now printing the correct page numbering.
Well my fellow Word Template advocates, that concludes this blog. I hope you can use this in your future Word Template cases. As always, if you have anything, you’d like to see blogged around leave me a comment. I’d love to help.
Until next time, Nicole Fiskum | Support Engineer | Microsoft Dynamics
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