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Old 08-16-2009, 08:24 PM
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I have no idea how to title this post. I'm sure the title made no sense. Oh well, here's my problem:

I have a table with three cells--two rows, two columns on the first row and one column on the second row. Each cell has a fixed height. I did this so I can type into the cell and the cell won't increase in height when I enter a lot of text. Currently, when I type in more text than the cell will allow, the typing continues hidden below the cell.



I would like to be able to fill a cell with text and once the cell is full, I'd like Word to automatically create a new table of the same dimensions as the first page on the next page. I'd like my text to automatically continue onto the same cell location within the table on the next page.

Any ideas? Thanks all.

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