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I'm working on a multi-page Visio 2013 document, and for consistency purposes I'm looking for a way of including the page title in the Background page, so that each page title is displayed within the page of the document.

For example if my document has the following pages:

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Then I would like to display Foo on the first page, and Bar on the second page, managing the position and the style from the VBackground-1 background page.

Is it possible to do this in Visio 2013?

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migrated from Sep 9 '13 at 20:59

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

On the background page:

  • Go to Insert
  • Create a Text Box
  • Select Field
  • From Category select Page Info
  • From Field name select Name
  • Click OK

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This will then display the page title in the page.

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