When you select a Master Page, the Pagination tab in the Object palette presents a number of pagination options.Specifies whether the master page appears on the front (odd) side, back (even) side, or both sides of the paper when the rendered form is printed:Inserts a blank page with no flowed content. This option is useful in double-sided printing when you want the back (even) side of the printed page to be blank so that the next section starts on the front (odd) side of the next printed page.There are no restrictions on the master page during double-sided printing. This option is the default for all master pages.The master page is applied to the only page within the page set. Choose the Only Page (in Document) option when the data merged into the form does not cause the content area to flow onto more than one page. Only one master page can have a placement set to Only Page (in Document).The master page is applied to pages between, but not including, the first and last pages generated by the page set.No restriction is applied to the master page’s location. No Placement Restrictions is the default placement.Specifies whether pages that have been rendered according to the selected master page should contribute to the total page count. By default, the option is selected and all pages are counted.Sets the page numbering for pages that have been rendered, according to the selected master page:The numbering increments from the last document processed by LiveCycle Forms ES.