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I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off. I'd like
to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've tried several
answers posted here, but none of them worked.
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Display the Table Properties dialog box, for example by right-clicking the
table and choosing Table Properties form the context menu. Make sure that
the Text Wrapping is set to "None" in the Table Properties dialog box (Table
tab). For all rows, make sure that "Allow row to break across pages" is
checked (Row tab). Finally, make sure that row contents haven't been
formatted as "Keep with next" (Paragraph dialog box).

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I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off. I'd
like to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've tried
several answers posted here, but none of them worked.





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Default Text Cut off at the Bottom of Column

Text wrapping is set to none.

"Allow row to break across pages" is unchecked. It's also grayed out so I
can't check it. What next?

Thx for your help!

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Display the Table Properties dialog box, for example by right-clicking the
table and choosing Table Properties form the context menu. Make sure that
the Text Wrapping is set to "None" in the Table Properties dialog box (Table
tab). For all rows, make sure that "Allow row to break across pages" is
checked (Row tab). Finally, make sure that row contents haven't been
formatted as "Keep with next" (Paragraph dialog box).

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
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I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off. I'd
like to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've tried
several answers posted here, but none of them worked.






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Default Text Cut off at the Bottom of Column

Note that if you select multiple rows and the options are conflicting, the
*box* would be greyed out, but then you could click it twice to uncheck and
check it again.

Are you saying that "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed out even if
you select just one row?

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"JAZ" wrote in message
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Text wrapping is set to none.

"Allow row to break across pages" is unchecked. It's also grayed out so I
can't check it. What next?

Thx for your help!

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Display the Table Properties dialog box, for example by right-clicking
the
table and choosing Table Properties form the context menu. Make sure that
the Text Wrapping is set to "None" in the Table Properties dialog box
(Table
tab). For all rows, make sure that "Allow row to break across pages" is
checked (Row tab). Finally, make sure that row contents haven't been
formatted as "Keep with next" (Paragraph dialog box).

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
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I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off. I'd
like to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've tried
several answers posted here, but none of them worked.








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Default Text Cut off at the Bottom of Column

Are you saying that "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed out even if
you select just one row?


Yes, I selected the row that I am having trouble with and then clicked table
properties. The box that says "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed
out


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Note that if you select multiple rows and the options are conflicting, the
*box* would be greyed out, but then you could click it twice to uncheck and
check it again.

Are you saying that "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed out even if
you select just one row?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
...
Text wrapping is set to none.

"Allow row to break across pages" is unchecked. It's also grayed out so I
can't check it. What next?

Thx for your help!

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Display the Table Properties dialog box, for example by right-clicking
the
table and choosing Table Properties form the context menu. Make sure that
the Text Wrapping is set to "None" in the Table Properties dialog box
(Table
tab). For all rows, make sure that "Allow row to break across pages" is
checked (Row tab). Finally, make sure that row contents haven't been
formatted as "Keep with next" (Paragraph dialog box).

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
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I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off. I'd
like to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've tried
several answers posted here, but none of them worked.










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Default Text Cut off at the Bottom of Column

Is the problem with one particular row or with any row in the table? Can you
reproduce it in another table? In another document?

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"JAZ" wrote in message
...
Are you saying that "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed out even
if
you select just one row?


Yes, I selected the row that I am having trouble with and then clicked
table
properties. The box that says "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed
out


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Note that if you select multiple rows and the options are conflicting,
the
*box* would be greyed out, but then you could click it twice to uncheck
and
check it again.

Are you saying that "Allow row to break across pages" is greyed out even
if
you select just one row?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
...
Text wrapping is set to none.

"Allow row to break across pages" is unchecked. It's also grayed out
so I
can't check it. What next?

Thx for your help!

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Display the Table Properties dialog box, for example by right-clicking
the
table and choosing Table Properties form the context menu. Make sure
that
the Text Wrapping is set to "None" in the Table Properties dialog box
(Table
tab). For all rows, make sure that "Allow row to break across pages"
is
checked (Row tab). Finally, make sure that row contents haven't been
formatted as "Keep with next" (Paragraph dialog box).

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"JAZ" wrote in message
...
I have Word 2003. The text at the bottom of my column is cut off.
I'd
like to split the column across pages. How do I do this?! I've
tried
several answers posted here, but none of them worked.











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