I have a report that I output to HTML. When printing in PDF through IE, it will print header with "WebFOCUS Report Page 1 of 1' and footer with url of report.
PRINTURL/A900= Print ;
-*PRINTURL/A900= greater a href="#" onClick="window.print()" onMouseUP="document.getElementById('header').style.display='None';document.getElementById('footer').style.display='None'"> Print
thanksThis message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
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Now to your print question.
IE does this. You can not control it from outside the browser, because it is a personal preference. When you click on 'File' and then 'Page Setup ..' then you can specify what IE should print as header and/or footer. This is, as far as I know, the only way to change these settings.
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