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HP Pavilion 500-214
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My page numbers are not printing all else is good and printing ink level is at one half! Any suggestions! they were printing before.

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@Slittle75 

 

Edge - Print Page Numbers (part of Headers and Footers)

 

Edge browser appears to work about the same as Chrome, except you do not have to click "More Settings".

 

Open Web page > Click Settings (three dots in a row - upper right Edge window)

Print > Under Headers and Footers, Select "On"

 

General Example  - Officejet Pro 8740 - Edge Browser > Print Settings

Edge_Printing_HP_Smart_Dialog_1Edge_Printing_HP_Smart_Dialog_1

 

 

Windows Notepad

In so much that I am aware, (Windows) Notepad depends on the basic print functions.

The Printer cannot add page numbers to printed content.

The Printer software cannot add page numbers to printed content.

 

Need Page numbers in a .txt (text file)?

Copy / transfer the content in the .txt file into a Word document,

Add page numbers to the word document 

Save the content as a .docx file and print the file.

 

Caveat:  Be mindful of the printer margins.  If footer / header data is outside of the printable margins, the data may be chopped off.

 

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@Slittle75 

 

What kind of document?

 

What / Which software are you using to view and submit the job to the printer?

 

For example, if you are printing from the Chrome browser, the footer / header information is a toggle in More Settings for the print job.

 

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Dragon-Fur

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Edge browser, I am printing also from note pad, same thing no page numbers at the bottom of the pages printed. 

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@Slittle75 

 

Edge - Print Page Numbers (part of Headers and Footers)

 

Edge browser appears to work about the same as Chrome, except you do not have to click "More Settings".

 

Open Web page > Click Settings (three dots in a row - upper right Edge window)

Print > Under Headers and Footers, Select "On"

 

General Example  - Officejet Pro 8740 - Edge Browser > Print Settings

Edge_Printing_HP_Smart_Dialog_1Edge_Printing_HP_Smart_Dialog_1

 

 

Windows Notepad

In so much that I am aware, (Windows) Notepad depends on the basic print functions.

The Printer cannot add page numbers to printed content.

The Printer software cannot add page numbers to printed content.

 

Need Page numbers in a .txt (text file)?

Copy / transfer the content in the .txt file into a Word document,

Add page numbers to the word document 

Save the content as a .docx file and print the file.

 

Caveat:  Be mindful of the printer margins.  If footer / header data is outside of the printable margins, the data may be chopped off.

 

Thank you for participating in the HP Community Forum.

We are a world community of HP enthusiasts dedicated to supporting HP technology.

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Dragon-Fur

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thanks Dragon-Fur, I sure do appreciate that! You have a good one! And again thanks. 

 

                             Slittle75

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@Slittle75 

 

You are welcome.

 

Happy Printing!

 

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Dragon-Fur

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