<data.PGFUNC>

Page header and footer function; a value that defines the function (i.e., the placement) of the header or the footer.
Module
Used by
These local attributes use data.PGFUNC
pgFootA running footer.
funcRecords the function (i.e., placement) of the page footer.
pgHeadA running header.
funcRecords the function (i.e., placement) of the page header.
Allowed Values
allHeader or footer for all pages, including the first and the last page, unless a page header or footer for the first or the last page is provided.
firstHeader or footer for the first page only.
lastHeader or footer for the last page only.
alt1The first of an alternating pattern of headers or footers.
alt2The second of an alternating pattern of headers or footers.
Remarks

An alternating pattern with "alt1" and "alt2" starts from the first page. However, if header or footer with a func="first" is also defined, it will shift the pattern by one page. A header or footer with func="last" will interupt the pattern.

Declaration
<macroSpec ident="data.PGFUNC" module="MEI" type="dt">
<desc xml:lang="en">Page header and footer function; a value that defines the function (i.e., the placement) of the header or the footer.</desc>
<content>
<valList type="closed">
<valItem ident="all">
<desc xml:lang="en">Header or footer for all pages, including the first and the last page, unless a page header or footer for the first or the last page is provided.</desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident="first">
<desc xml:lang="en">Header or footer for the first page only.</desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident="last">
<desc xml:lang="en">Header or footer for the last page only.</desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident="alt1">
<desc xml:lang="en">The first of an alternating pattern of headers or footers.</desc>
</valItem>
<valItem ident="alt2">
<desc xml:lang="en">The second of an alternating pattern of headers or footers.</desc>
</valItem>
</valList>
</content>
<remarks xml:lang="en">
<p>An alternating pattern with "alt1" and "alt2" starts from the first page. However, if header or footer with a func="first" is also defined, it will shift the pattern by one page. A header or footer with func="last" will interupt the pattern.</p>
</remarks>
</macroSpec>