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Hello All,

I have A table. When I paste another table below it, Word merges these into
one... how could i stop it from doing it????
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kMan,
First take an extra paragraph by hitting enter and then paste your table in.

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Hello All,

I have A table. When I paste another table below it, Word merges these
into
one... how could i stop it from doing it????



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Hi kman,

For any 'merged tables you've already got, go to the top row on the second
one and use Table|Split Table. This will put a paragraph mark between the
two. If you want to minimise the space between the two tables, format the
paragraph mark in a 1pt font with no leading/trailing space.

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I have A table. When I paste another table below it, Word merges these

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one... how could i stop it from doing it????



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