There are many ways to find page numbers in eBooks due to the differing databases and publishers. Below are the most common ways of finding a page number but if these don't work please contact us. It may also be possible there is no way to find an eBook's page number in that case APA 7 recommends providing a heading/section name, a paragraph number, or both if that is appropriate (Section 8.28 in the APA 7 manual).
1. Some ebooks have the page number at the bottom. Others require you to click the Permalink button and look at the end of the URL address. The number following pp_ is the page number of the eBook.
A. Closeup up the page number, in this case, 81.
B. The bottom of the eBook also has page 81.
1. ProQuest eBook pages are in the top right corner.
A. The page number is 185 and you can see how many pages are in the eBook.