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Default Table still breaking after table properties and paragraph options.

I've read Suzanne's famous article on keeping my 4 row table together. Yet,
it refuses to budge. I have a top row where the cells are merged, the 3 rows
with 2 columns each after. The entries are short and will easily slip to the
next page.

I am using Word 2003. It should be noted I am using "next page" section
breaks in my doc, but this is in the middle of a section.

Any idea how to get this table back together???
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Default Table still breaking after table properties and paragraph options.

I figured out the problem -- it turns out there was some formatting in the
document that kept having the whole page want to stick together, thus it
couldn't help but break the table. All fixed now!!

"Eric" wrote:

I've read Suzanne's famous article on keeping my 4 row table together. Yet,
it refuses to budge. I have a top row where the cells are merged, the 3 rows
with 2 columns each after. The entries are short and will easily slip to the
next page.

I am using Word 2003. It should be noted I am using "next page" section
breaks in my doc, but this is in the middle of a section.

Any idea how to get this table back together???

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