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Old 05-05-2015, 04:31 PM
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Hi All,

I'm creating a process document that uses a table to format the layout of text on the page. The majority of the text resides in the left-most column, with snippets of text in the other columns. The last few columns have text aligned to the bottom of the cell.

The problem I'm having is that when a row expands onto a new page, the text in the last few columns of the row remains on the top page instead of following the bottom of the row to the next page.

I've read snippets of semi-related articles where people have mentioned that table wrapping might break the text flow of a table, but I'm not sure if this relates directly to my problem.

Is there any way to fix this?
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I vaguely recall similar symptoms being described before. Is your Office installation fully updated?
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In the table properties did you unclick the box that says "Allow row to break across pages"

Does this fix it?
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Here is one more thing to try: On the Page Layout tab, click Columns, and then click More Columns. In the dialog box, click the "One" option (even if it already appears to be selected), and then click OK to confirm. This will help in case the settings for newspaper columns are incorrect in the document, which will indirectly affect your table.
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