# Document class with table in the header [closed]

I'm trying to write a document class in which the header of the first page has a table. The header of the following pages should have another table.

Well, I solved this problem in the .tex file (user file). However, I would like to take this solution to a class file to avoid damages in the code by less experienced users.

Here is how I solved it in the .tex file.

% Pagestyle for all pages but the first one
\pagestyle{fancy}{
\fancyhf{} % clear all headers and footers
\textheight=23.2cm %609pt normal
\footskip=40pt  %30pt normal
\multirow{4}{*}{\parbox[c]{4em}{\includegraphics[width=1.6 cm, height=1.6 cm]{logo.png}}}
& \multirow{4}{*}{\small\textbf{NIT-\@divisao-\@nonorma}} &  &\\
& & \multirow{2}{*}{\vspace{4em}\small\textbf{REV. N$^o$}} &
\multirow{2}{*}{\vspace{4em}\small\textbf{P\'AGINA}}\\
& & \multirow{2}{*}{\small\textbf{\@nrevisao}} &
\multirow{2}{*}{\small\textbf{\thepage/\pageref{LastPage}}}\\
& & & \\
\hline
\end{tabular}}

\renewcommand{\footrulewidth}{0pt}
}
%..................................................................

% Pagestyle for the first page
\fancypagestyle{fpage}{
\fancyhf{} % clear all headers and footers
\hline
\multirow{4}{*}{\parbox[c]{4em}{\includegraphics[width=1.6 cm, height=1.6 cm]{logo.png}}}
& \multirow{4}{*}{\parbox[c]{8cm}{\small\textbf{\@titulonit}}} &     \textbf{Norma N$^o$} &
\textbf{REV.N$^o$} \\
& & \small\textbf{NIT-\@divisao-\@nonorma} & \small\textbf{xx} \\    \cline{3-4}
& & \small\textbf{APROVADA} & \small\textbf{P\'AGINA} \\
& & \small\textbf{EM \@dataaprov} &     \small\textbf{\thepage/\pageref{LastPage}}\\ \hline
\end{tabular}}
\fancyfoot{}
}

I would appreciate if anyone could give me a hint on how to make it work on a header. Can I use the same code with \newcommand?

## closed as unclear what you're asking by Joseph Wright♦Nov 1 '14 at 21:11

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• \pagestyle{fancy} does not take an argument: your code for normal pages appears in a group and so it's forgotten. You shouldn't be setting \headheight and \textheight as part of a page style: \headheight should have the same value for all pages. – egreg Sep 2 '13 at 13:18
• Can you post the whole solution of your .tex-manuscript? – Ruben Sep 10 '13 at 12:57