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Old 11-16-2009, 05:07 AM
graham graham is offline Table rows moving to new page when you don't want them to Windows XP Table rows moving to new page when you don't want them to Office 2003
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I have a table of 5 columns and 8 rows which goes over 6 pages. All of a sudden, when a cell reaches the end of the page, taking the whole row with it (as it should), the row below immediately goes to a new page, so there's a load of empty space between the current row and the next one on the new page. I have checked all the formatting and there are no spurious "Enters" anywhere. Under Table Properties I have ticked the box enabling rows to break across pages and still the problem occurs. I've spent 2 hours trying to solve this without any luck. Any thoughts anyone??
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Old 11-16-2009, 08:51 AM
Ulodesk Ulodesk is offline Table rows moving to new page when you don't want them to Windows XP Table rows moving to new page when you don't want them to Office 2007
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I don't completely understand your description. However, check your paragraph formatting, including "Keep with next", "Keep lines together", etc., as this can cause jumping issues.
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