I'm having a problem understanding how numbering in borders should work.
I simply want an unique incrementing page number where "TBD" is:
So far I've tried numbering with the following "variables" without luck:
- @SHEET - I initially thought that this variable would be the best fit for numbering, since @SHEETOTAL exists. However, this variable is replaced by the sheet name, where that would be "POWER_INPUT", "CME_FPGA_TPO", and so on. This does not make sense to put this in the border in a way like this "@SHEET of @SHEETOTAL". I also do not want to name my sheets "1", "2", "3", etc since this has no meaning and we'll get lost rapidly
- @PRINTORDER - Then I tought this maybe the answer, since it gives a sheet number according to the print order. However, numbering restarts at 1 as soon as I enter it gets to a hierarchical block! Below is the resulting numbering with @PRINTORDER (number in red is page number):
Using Hierarchical view or flatten view does not change the behavior of @PRINTORDER.
What would be the correct way to draw a border so that it shows the page number ?? This task should not be that hard
Thanks for any help