Specifies the string to be used as the header for HTML print-outs. The string can include the standard Internet Explorer header/footer metasymbols (see below for details). If you need to use HTML for your headers and footers, please see Enhanced Formatting.
The header property is part of the basic freely-distributable printing subset.
This is a read/write property.
printing.header = sHeader
To print specific information as part of the header or footer, include the following characters as part of the string:
|&u||Page address (URL)|
|&d||Date in short format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel)|
|&D||Date in long format (as specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel)|
|&t||Time in the format specified by Regional Settings in Control Panel|
|&T||Time in 24-hour format|
|&p||Current page number|
|&P||Total number of pages|
|&&||A single ampersand (&)|
|&b||The text immediately following these characters will be centered|
|&b||The text immediately following the first "&b" will be centered, and the text following the second "&b" will be right-justified|
Check out the Basic Printing sample.