It seems rather simple, but I can't find something like getPageCount() in the API. I can get it to return the current page, but not the total number of pages. Perhaps I'm missing it?
I would like to somehow be able to print 'Page 1 of 9' at the top of every page, where '1' of course is the current page number.
With PDFsharp it's up to you.
I presume you are using MigraDoc: With MigraDoc you can add a page header. Add
paragraph.AddPageField() for the current page number and
paragraph.AddNumPagesField() for the total page count.
Code snippet from the sample:
// Create a paragraph with centered page number. See definition of style "Footer". Paragraph paragraph = new Paragraph(); paragraph.AddTab(); paragraph.AddPageField(); // Add paragraph to footer for odd pages. section.Footers.Primary.Add(paragraph); // Add clone of paragraph to footer for odd pages. Cloning is necessary because an object must // not belong to more than one other object. If you forget cloning an exception is thrown. section.Footers.EvenPage.Add(paragraph.Clone());
Code snippet that sets the tab stop (assuming DIN A 4 with a body with of 16 cm):
style = document.Styles[StyleNames.Footer]; style.ParagraphFormat.AddTabStop("8cm", TabAlignment.Center);
Both snippets taken from the linked site. Sample code is also available for download.