Internet Explorer Header and footer codes explained

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What do the header and footer codes mean?

Internet Explorer Header and footer codes explained

Ever wondered what the codes in the header and footer section of page setup in Internet Explorer mean?

The default header uses the following code:
&w&bPage&p of &P. The &w prints the Web page's window title, the &b is used to align the text, the &p refers to the current page number and the &P indicates the total page count.

The default footer uses the following code:
&u&b&d. The &u prints the URL of the Web site; the &b is used to align the text; and the &d prints the short date using the format specified in the Regional Settings of the Control Panel.

   

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