Per the Proofreading Guideline Section on Page Headers
- Definition: The page headers are normally at the top of the page image and have a page number opposite them. Page headers may be the same all through the book (often the title of the book and the author's name), they may be the same for each chapter (often the chapter number), or they may be different on each page (describing the action on that page).
- Instruction: Remove them all, regardless, including the page number unless the Project Comments say different.
- Why would they say different? Because in some projects the information in the Page Header is useful or unique and the PM or PP wish to capture or save that information.