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/Adding revision numbering to each page. Already in Master Page, now how do I apply markers to each page

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I created a structured document several years ago.  Each page is version tracked and the whole document is tracked using a List of Effective pages usings the LEP markers add on.  Now I am making amendments to individual pages and I would like to update the revision date and number for each page but I am running into an issue.  Currently H/F $1 = revision date and H/F $2 = revision number.  These markers are references on the master page footer.

Original issue was November 1, 2015 and for example if I update page 10, I insert markers to update the revision to the current date (April 17, 2017) and revision number 1.  Now every page moving forward from page 10 will have these numbers when I only wish to change page 10.  Is their a way to add default markers to each page so when I update page 10...it only updates page 10 in this scenario?

I hope my description makes sense.  This is a 300 page document split into 10 chapters so I don't want to do anything over again just ideally add editable markers to each page so I can update the revision status of each individually.

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/Adding revision numbering to each page. Already in Master Page, now how do I apply markers to each page

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Apr 17, 2017

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I created a structured document several years ago.  Each page is version tracked and the whole document is tracked using a List of Effective pages usings the LEP markers add on.  Now I am making amendments to individual pages and I would like to update the revision date and number for each page but I am running into an issue.  Currently H/F $1 = revision date and H/F $2 = revision number.  These markers are references on the master page footer.

Original issue was November 1, 2015 and for example if I update page 10, I insert markers to update the revision to the current date (April 17, 2017) and revision number 1.  Now every page moving forward from page 10 will have these numbers when I only wish to change page 10.  Is their a way to add default markers to each page so when I update page 10...it only updates page 10 in this scenario?

I hope my description makes sense.  This is a 300 page document split into 10 chapters so I don't want to do anything over again just ideally add editable markers to each page so I can update the revision status of each individually.

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