Bates numbering (also known as Bates stamping, Bates branding, Bates coding or Bates labelling) is used in the legal, medical, and business fields to place identifying numbers and/or date/time-marks on images and documents as they are scanned or processed, for example, during the discovery stage of preparations for trial or identifying business receipts. Bates stamping can be used to mark and identify images with copyrights by putting a company name, logo and/or legal copyright on them. This process provides identification, protection, and automatic consecutive numbering of the images.
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Numbering Your Documents
- Choose the files to which you wish to apply bates numbering
- Configure the format, layout and range of the numbering.
Infix applies Bates numbering in any of 6 fixed areas - 3 in the header and 3 in the footer area of each page. You can fine-tune the positions of the header/footer by adjusting the margins used during the process.
A header & footer region is super-imposed onto each page during numbering.