@end commands (see Quotations and Examples), the
@end titlepage command must be written at the beginning of a
line by itself, with only one space between the
@end and the
titlepage. It not only marks the end of the title and
copyright pages, but also causes TeX to start generating page
headings and page numbers.
Texinfo has two standard page heading formats, one for documents printed on one side of each sheet of paper (single-sided printing), and the other for documents printed on both sides of each sheet (double-sided printing).
In full generality, you can control the headings in different ways:
@setchapternewpagecommand before the title page commands, if required, and then have the
@end titlepagecommand start generating page headings in the manner desired.
Most documents are formatted with the standard single-sided or
double-sided headings, (sometimes) using
odd for double-sided printing and (almost always) no
@setchapternewpage command for single-sided printing
@headingscommand to prevent page headings from being generated or to start them for either single or double-sided printing. Write a
@headingscommand immediately after the
@end titlepagecommand. To turn off headings, write
@headings off. See