Numerador is a Windows Visual
Bates Numbering Software
for printing numbered
or any printed work with Sequential Numbers and Variable Data on it.
Your definitive bates numbering software!
Each numerator is represented by a numbering label, placed on the paper sheet visually,
using the mouse or keyboard arrows.
You can select a background image as a graphical reference, that can be printed out or not,
depending on whether the numbers must be printed on pre-printed forms, for instance.
Chinese, Japanese and Roman Numerals Accepted Here!
The numbering labels are placed using the mouse, and can be finely tuned with the keyboard arrow keys.
Numerador is a WYSIWYG editor: “what you see is what you get”.
By placing the labels directly over the scanned or exported image you can't go wrong.
Numerador consumes very few computer resources
and generates the highest quality printed solutions.
Numbering labels on a background image
The background image can be one of:
Portable Network Graphics
Joint Photographic Experts Group
Tagged Image File Format
Portable Document Format
You can place the number of labels you want.
Numbering labels are independent from each other and have their own properties:
• X and Y Coordinates
Labels’ position can be set using X and Y coordinates, or by
dragging the label with the mouse or holding down the CTRL key
while pressing either the left, right, up or down arrow.
• From – To
Are the beginning and end of the series.
Difference between one number and the next in the series. It can
be a positive or negative integer (increment or decrement).
• Number of digits
The number of digits in the integer. If needed it will be completed
with leading characters contained in the “Fill with” field.
Any text you want to appear before the number.
Any text you want to appear after the number.
Select font, style, size and effects.
• Custom color
Select the color from the Color Dialog Box.
Horizontal alignment to left or right.
Angle of rotation (in degrees).
• Numeral system
Hindu–Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or Roman Numerals; Have your passport at hand!
A Variable Data Label will get its values from a list filed by you with
the simple and reputable “copy” and “paste” method.