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Default I have identified a header row in a table but it doesn't repeat.

I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
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Default I have identified a header row in a table but it doesn't repeat.

Make sure none of the other rows is marked as a header, and that you don't
have the header styled to 'keep with next'

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I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
think of.



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Default I have identified a header row in a table but it doesn't repeat.

You can not have a page break inserted manually anywhere in the table.

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Actually, the heading row *should* be formatted as "Keep with next." Just
make sure that not too many of the following rows are so formatted.

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Make sure none of the other rows is marked as a header, and that you don't
have the header styled to 'keep with next'

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I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I

can
think of.




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Thank you! I selected the table and removed the repeat as header checkmark
and that worked. This is my first time posting and I'm thrilled!

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Make sure none of the other rows is marked as a header, and that you don't
have the header styled to 'keep with next'

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I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
think of.






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Default I have identified a header row in a table but it doesn't repea

Thank you. I had a large table and somewhere, a row must have been
incorrectly tagged as a header row (although it didn't show up either). I
just selected the whole table and unchecked the "repeat as header row" box.
Then I selected the row I wanted and re-checked the box and it looks great
now. K.

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Make sure none of the other rows is marked as a header, and that you don't
have the header styled to 'keep with next'

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I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
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"Misdeerose" wrote:

I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
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I tried all the things people advised (checking that other rows were not
designated headers, checking that there were no page breaks etc). In the end
the solution was that in the tables / properties box you must chose 'text
wrapping none'. Suddenly it all fell into place. rows broke over the page and
the header row repeated.

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I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
think of.

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Default I have identified a header row in a table but it doesn't repea

Thank you for each of your wonderful suggestions. I have tried of the
suggested fixes to repeat the table headers, however, none have worked at
this time. Does anyone have other suggestionss? I am using Word 2007.
Thank you for any suggestions you may have to help in fixing this issue.

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I tried all the things people advised (checking that other rows were not
designated headers, checking that there were no page breaks etc). In the end
the solution was that in the tables / properties box you must chose 'text
wrapping none'. Suddenly it all fell into place. rows broke over the page and
the header row repeated.

"Misdeerose" wrote:

I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
think of.

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Arrrrgh! I'm in 2007 as well, and spent over an hour trying to help another
staff figure this issue out. And while this request for information is a bit
outdated, I thought I would share in case someone does a search and is having
the same issues. After working with a table in 2007 for what seemed like
eons and trying to figure out why I couldn't get the header row to show on
the following pages, I finally figured it out and I kick myself in the pants
for not figuring it out sooner.

On the contextual Table Tools tab, go to LAYOUT/TABLE/PROPERTIES, then
select the Table tab, and click the bottom left icon for "None" under "Text
Wrapping."


"Rhonda" wrote:

Thank you for each of your wonderful suggestions. I have tried of the
suggested fixes to repeat the table headers, however, none have worked at
this time. Does anyone have other suggestionss? I am using Word 2007.
Thank you for any suggestions you may have to help in fixing this issue.

"benita" wrote:


I tried all the things people advised (checking that other rows were not
designated headers, checking that there were no page breaks etc). In the end
the solution was that in the tables / properties box you must chose 'text
wrapping none'. Suddenly it all fell into place. rows broke over the page and
the header row repeated.

"Misdeerose" wrote:

I have other tables in the document that work fine with the header row
repeating on new pages, but one does not and I have tried everything I can
think of.

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