PDF Page Number Change
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At this video I'm making in response to someone's comment on one of my other videos where I was showing how to embed a table of contents into a PDF file using the command line tool PDF TK the comment asked whether I knew how to change the page numbers and it wasn't very specific I don't know exactly what the person was asking for but I suspect that it was having to do with something that's often annoyed me about scanned PDFs in particular in other words ones that are generated by scanning something like in this case a book that I've got right here where when you're on page one in the book it's not page one in the file so for example in this one I have to go to page 15 to get to page 1 in the book and then after that its page 2 and so forth and I think what the person was asking was do I know how to change the PDF in such a way that that the page number if I typed in a page number 2 right here instead of taking me way back here it would actually take me to page 2 of the text so what you're trying to do is fiddle with the like the the underlying metadata of the file and what I discovered what there's a name that is its page labels and yes there is a way to do that and I found it this morning so I thought I would share so I've got here a book that I made it a nice digital edition of last year sometime nice HTML epub and so forth and this was my target copy that I was using for reference and this one has not had the page numbers fixed yet you can see here if I go to page 2 it goes there when I go back up page 1 it's the cover of the book and so I'm going to show you how to go through and fix this so that if I typed for instance page 55 it would go to page 55 instead of what you see up here page 41 alright so the first thing you have to do is a use PDF TK to uncompress a file so that you can edit to the file in a text editor and so I'm going to do that the file that we're looking at here is called applied counterpoint dot PDF in camel caps so the command is PDF oops are you talking PDF TK and then applied counter point out PDF and then you give it the name of the output file output and I'm just going to do a seed underscore raw dot PDF and that tells me that way the file name gives me some indication that this is the raw file that I can edit and then the command uncompress and press enter and after a.
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