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I have several pdfs included in my tex file (actually its a song book). Unfortunately the pdfs are hiding the page numbers:

\includepdf[fitpaper=true]{/Users/anti/Documents/2013/Liederbuch/Lieder/Testbuk/EdisLiederbuch-page12.pdf}

Is there a possibility to lay the page numbers over the graphics?

Thanks in advance!

Andreas

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Assuming that \includepdf belongs to the pdfpages package, it uses by default an option pagecommand={\thispagestyle{empty}}. To get the page numbers, this option should be changed. For example, the command

\includepdf[fitpaper=true,pages=-,pagecommand={\thispagestyle{plain}}]{pdfin}

includes all pages from the file pdfin.pdf and prints the page numbers according to pagestyle plain.

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