Headers & Footers: In printing pages you may want to adjust the footers and headers of Internet Explorer so that irrelevant information is not displayed. You may change the settings by clicking on "File" in the command line, then on "Page Setup." Delete the text in the Header & Footer boxes to eliminate printing of headers and footers on your page. This will also allow more text to be printed on each page, possibly reducing the number of pages.
Restoring default headers & footers: You may also want to restore the default settings when you have finished printing. The default settings are:
Default header code: &w&bPage &p of &P
Default footer code: &u&b&d
Header & footer Command codes: You may also want to manipulate your header & footer, which you may do by referring to this table. (We won't tell you how long it took us to discover that it's in windows help.)
|Header & Footer Command Codes
As displayed after clicking on "?" then in Header/Footer box in Page Setup window.
|&u||Page URL address|
|&d||Date in short format (as specified in Regional Settings in Control Panel)|
|&D||Date in long format (as specified in Regional Settings in Control Panel)|
|&t||Time in format specified in Regional Settings in Control Panel|
|&T||Time in 24-hour format|
|&p||Current page number|
|&P||Total number of pages|
|&b||Center text immediately following code|
|&b&b||Right justify text after second &b. (Center text between &b's.)|
Margins. To print more text on a page, you may want to adjust the margins, also accessed by clicking on "File" in the command line, then on "Page Setup." Just in case you want to return to the default settings, ours were: left: .25, right .25, top .75, bottom .75.