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The `@headings' Command
The `@headings' command is rarely used. It specifies what kind of
page headings and footings to print on each page. Usually, this is
controlled by the `@setchapternewpage' command. You need the
`@headings' command only if the `@setchapternewpage' command does not
do what you want, or if you want to turn off pre-defined page headings
prior to defining your own. Write an `@headings' command immediately
after the `@end titlepage' command.
You can use `@headings' as follows:
Turn off printing of page headings.
Turn on page headings appropriate for single-sided printing.
Turn on page headings appropriate for double-sided printing. The
two commands, `@headings on' and `@headings double', are
Turn on `single' or `double' headings, respectively, after the
current page is output.
Turn on page headings: `single' if `@setchapternewpage on',
For example, suppose you write `@setchapternewpage off' before the
`@titlepage' command to tell TeX to start a new chapter on the same
page as the end of the last chapter. This command also causes TeX to
typeset page headers for single-sided printing. To cause TeX to
typeset for double sided printing, write `@headings double' after the
`@end titlepage' command.
You can stop TeX from generating any page headings at all by writing
`@headings off' on a line of its own immediately after the line
containing the `@end titlepage' command, like this:
The `@headings off' command overrides the `@end titlepage' command,
which would otherwise cause TeX to print page headings.
You can also specify your own style of page heading and footing.
Note: Page Headings, for more information.
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