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Solved: Headers are poof

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by EasyNow1, Jul 13, 2007.

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  1. EasyNow1

    EasyNow1 Thread Starter

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    I had to re install 98se and when i tryed to print an 8 page document in i e 6.0 i noticed that the normal page count ( page 1 of 8; page 2 of 8 etc ) in the upper right corner was gone ! So i checked file / then page setup and looked at the headers setup and it was blank so what commands do i type in from the list that i ve attached and in what order to get my page count back in the upper right corner ? Oops i tryed to include the commands and they are to big to attach ( 1.2mbhad to use print screen command ) and they won t copy and paste - sceech i hope someone knows i mean - Thanks . . .
     
  2. Blue Zee

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    Try this:

    &w&bPage &p of &P

    Zee
     
  3. EasyNow1

    EasyNow1 Thread Starter

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    Blue Zee ty sooo much it worked wasn t sure how to get it , didn t realize there was a right aligned text command and you can add variables, page count is back !

    Thanks again ! ! ! how do mark it solved !
     
  4. Blue Zee

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    ;) (y)

    Thanks.

    Zee
     
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