@headings command is rarely used. It specifies what kinds 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
does not do what you want.
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.
double headings, respectively, after the
current page is output.
Turn on page headings:
single if ‘@setchapternewpage
For example, suppose you write
@setchapternewpage off before the
@titlepage command to start a new chapter on the
same page as the end of the last chapter. This command also causes
page headers to be typeset for single-sided printing. To cause
page headers to be typeset for double-sided printing, write
You can stop any page headings at all from being generated by writing
@headings off on a line of its own, like this: