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Dian Cleveland
 
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Default Table "break" across the page

I've set my table properties to all a column to break across the page. I
have documents where I have a repeating header row, type one or two lines of
informatoin in the next row, and then the table goes to a new page leaving
the rest of the page blank.

What am I missing?
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Suzanne S. Barnhill
 
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Default Table "break" across the page

Make sure the heading row is formatted as "Keep with next" and the remaining
rows aren't (at least not all of them).

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"Dian Cleveland" Dian wrote in message
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I've set my table properties to all a column to break across the page. I
have documents where I have a repeating header row, type one or two lines

of
informatoin in the next row, and then the table goes to a new page leaving
the rest of the page blank.

What am I missing?


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