When printing a web page using IE (Internet Explorer), there is page information printed in each page header (the top of printed page) and footer (the bottom of printed page). The information in the header and footer may vary for different web browsing software, but usually it includes the web page title, web page address (URL), the current page number, total number of pages and the date of printing.
Depending on the tasks you are solving by printing web page, there might be a necessity to include additional or remove unnecessary information from the header and footer. Internet Explorer allows to configure header / footer information (by using IE printing codes), or alternatively remove header and footer information completely.
|&w||Window title.||Internet Explorer header / foot…|
|&u||Page address (URL).||http://www.febooti.com/produc…|
|&d||Date in short format specified by Regional Settings.||5/29/2010|
|&D||Date in long format specified by Regional Settings.||Saturday, May 29, 2010|
|&t||Time in the format specified by Regional Settings.||10:41:06 PM|
|&T||Time in 24-hour format.||22:41:06 PM|
|&p||Current page number.||1|
|&P||Total number of pages.||2|
|&&||A single ampersand: &.||&|
|&b||Separates preceding and following text into different sections.||Left&bRight|
|Text && &p||Custom text (can be used in combination with printing codes).||Text & 1|
|Nothing - removes IE header and / or footer completely.|
To configure print header / footer, click File, select Page Setup and enter appropriate codes (special characters) into Headers and Footers section. Note that Internet Explorer header / footer codes are case sensitive.