You will likely only want to select a numbering style once in your document, not in two different places in one document (like you would with a page number on a title page). To add a number in one page, highlight the desired number. Right-click on the highlighted number and choose Insert Page Number in one page. To add a number in one page, right-click on the page number you want to insert, and select Insert Page Number in one page. Note: When you create a new document, you might not see the page numbers on the page layout window. If you see only blank space instead, you can turn on page numbering, and then add page numbers to the page layout window. Make sure to change Page Layout settings after you do so. How to Add Page Numbers in Apple Pages Feb 16, 2023 — To add page numbers to a document in one of several ways: Add headers and footers in your document Settings > General > Advanced > Fonts > Page Numbers > Turn on page numbers in header and footer In the Insert Page Number menu, select a formatting style Select a page number to add Select a header or footer that you want to appear in that page Use the insert page number command after clicking and choosing a footer You can change the numbering style in Settings > General > Insert Page Numbers > Style. To change the style, choose a style in your Fonts folder (such as Helvetica, Times, or Verdana). How to Add Page Numbers in Apple Pages — App Support Tips Add page numbers in Apple Pages for Mac — Apple Support To add page numbers to a document in Pages on your Mac, click the Page tab in the main Document tab. Choose one of the header or header text options to add a page number. See Adding Pages with Header or Footer Numbers in Apple Pages for Mac. In the Insert Page Number pop-up menu, see the next two instructions.