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I'm doing a thesis and I need to include another document I created into the document.

I tried using

\includepdf[pages=-]{usermanual.pdf}

And that works well, except that it shows only the usermanual.pdf page numberings, and what I need is to shrink each page and show both that page numbering and continue the numbers of the main document.

Is there a way to make \includepdf shrink the pages?

edit: OK, I have figured out how to scale it (by adding the scale= option) - but the page numbering is still gone. How do I get it back?

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Yes, that is quite easy, you don't even have to shrink the page, just add the option pagecommand={} to \includepdf e.g.:

\includepdf[pages=-,pagecommand={\thispagestyle{plain}}]{GameTheoryTutorial10.pdf}

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