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Default Table Paragraph Mark Displays Above Table, not Below?

I edit documents that other people write, many times I'll find a table has
been added (most likely copied from Excel, but I don't have access to the
original) and for some reason the paragraph mark for the table shows up above
the table instead of after the table. Nothing I've been able to do seems to
put it back in its rightful place, and it makes working with the table
(adding captions and table footers) darn near impossible. Any idea why this
happens, and much more importantly how to quickly fix after it occurs?

I realize this is a pretty broad description of the problem, but don't know
what else to write that would be relevant.

Thanks,
Dylan

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Right-click the table. On the context menu, click Table Properties. On the
Table tab, make sure that "Text wrapping" is set to "None." Click OK.

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I edit documents that other people write, many times I'll find a table has
been added (most likely copied from Excel, but I don't have access to the
original) and for some reason the paragraph mark for the table shows up
above
the table instead of after the table. Nothing I've been able to do seems
to
put it back in its rightful place, and it makes working with the table
(adding captions and table footers) darn near impossible. Any idea why
this
happens, and much more importantly how to quickly fix after it occurs?

I realize this is a pretty broad description of the problem, but don't
know
what else to write that would be relevant.

Thanks,
Dylan



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Default Table Paragraph Mark Displays Above Table, not Below?

Thank-you, this worked perfectly. Wish I would have asked this question 5
years ago.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Right-click the table. On the context menu, click Table Properties. On the
Table tab, make sure that "Text wrapping" is set to "None." Click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"dylane" wrote in message
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I edit documents that other people write, many times I'll find a table has
been added (most likely copied from Excel, but I don't have access to the
original) and for some reason the paragraph mark for the table shows up
above
the table instead of after the table. Nothing I've been able to do seems
to
put it back in its rightful place, and it makes working with the table
(adding captions and table footers) darn near impossible. Any idea why
this
happens, and much more importantly how to quickly fix after it occurs?

I realize this is a pretty broad description of the problem, but don't
know
what else to write that would be relevant.

Thanks,
Dylan



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I'm glad I could help.

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"dylane" wrote in message
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Thank-you, this worked perfectly. Wish I would have asked this question 5
years ago.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Right-click the table. On the context menu, click Table Properties. On
the
Table tab, make sure that "Text wrapping" is set to "None." Click OK.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"dylane" wrote in message
...
I edit documents that other people write, many times I'll find a table
has
been added (most likely copied from Excel, but I don't have access to
the
original) and for some reason the paragraph mark for the table shows up
above
the table instead of after the table. Nothing I've been able to do
seems
to
put it back in its rightful place, and it makes working with the table
(adding captions and table footers) darn near impossible. Any idea why
this
happens, and much more importantly how to quickly fix after it occurs?

I realize this is a pretty broad description of the problem, but don't
know
what else to write that would be relevant.

Thanks,
Dylan



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