Stops header/trailer output to a device.


     HEADOFF ldev


ldev                The logical device number of the printer affected by
                    the command.


     Header and trailer information are the data that appear
     before and after a file, but which are not part of the
     file's text.  These data identify the file by session
     number, output spoolfile number, session name (if any),
     user, and account.  The data also list the date and time the
     file was printed.

     If output is directed to a line printer, MPE/iX
     automatically prints header and trailer pages identifying
     the job that produced the file.

     If the device is in use and a header has already been
     printed when you issue the HEADOFF command, your request to
     suppress header/trailer output will take effect after the
     corresponding trailer is printed.

     This command may be issued from a session, job, program, or
     in BREAK.  Pressing [Break] has no effect on this command. It
     may be executed only from the console unless it is distributed
     to users with the ALLOW or ASSOCIATE commands.


     To stop header/trailer output to logical device number 6,

     HEADOFF 6


Commands:   HEADON