Page numbers are not important in CRED. In the paper version, page numbering starts again at the beginning of each chapter. But each page of a chapter shows:
the reference code for the sourcebook or manual;
the number and title of the chapter; and
the number and title of the section of the chapter.
For example, the first page of Chapter 3 of the Supervision manual shows at the top, on the left 'SUP 3: Auditors' and on the right 'Section 1: Application'. In addition, each page of a chapter shows, at the foot of the page, the number of the last paragraph on the page.