Numbering Entries in a Report or Form

How to display a sequential numbering sequence on forms and reports in a Microsoft Access database.
Page numbering
report has number 1- x
however I want to add a sub report that does not form part of the numbering (I will add manual numbering for this sub report)
how do I turn it off

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page numbering (with a twist)
Page numbering
report has number 1- x
however I want to add a sub report that does not form part of the numbering (I will add manual numbering for this sub report)
how do I turn it off

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I searched the archives and can't quite obtain the answer I am looking for.

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Where the first part is the fixed code
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Enclose with an illustration of the solution

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Auto Numbering in Ms-Access
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Auto Numbering 2 fields in an append query
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