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header Attribute

Office 2003

Specifies the header text when printing a view.

Type

    xsd:string
  

Remarks

The header attribute is an optional attribute of the printSettings element. The printSettings element also provides a footer attribute.

The header attribute cannot be greater than 255 characters in length.

When using a header or footer in a form, there are a number of variables that can be used to display information such as page numbers, dates, and times; or to align the text that the header or footer contains.

Characters Description
&w The title of the window.
&u The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) address of the page.
&d The date in short format as specified by the regional settings in Control Panel.
&D The date in long format as specified by the regional settings in Control Panel.
&t The time in the format as specified by regional settings in Control Panel.
&T The time in 24-hour format.
&p The current page number.
&P The total number of pages.
&b Right-aligned text (following &b).
&b&b Centered text (between &b&b).
&& A single ampersand (&).

Example

The following is an example of the header attribute as it is used in the printSettings element:

    <xsf:view name="View" caption="View">
   <xsf:printSettings
      header="Header text goes here."
      footer="Footer text goes here."
      orientation="portrait"      
      marginUnitsType="in"
      topMargin="1"
      leftMargin="2"
      rightMargin="2"
      bottomMargin="1"
   </xsf:printSettings>
   ...
</xsf:view>
  


Parent Objects | printSettings Element


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