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Is "Keep with next" in "Paragraph" window the only way to keep table rows on
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Well, you can put the table in a text box. But it is usually a good
idea to leave the table in the document layer, if possible, and then
"Keep with next" is the best choice. See
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/tblsfldsfm...bleon1page.htm.

If you want to prevent that a row flows to the next page, just clear
the "Allow row to break across pages" option in Table | Table
Properties, Row tab.

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Hello!
Is "Keep with next" in "Paragraph" window the only way to keep table
rows on
one page?
Best regards,
Dima








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Thanks Stefan Blom!
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Well, you can put the table in a text box. But it is usually a good
idea to leave the table in the document layer, if possible, and then
"Keep with next" is the best choice. See
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/tblsfldsfm...bleon1page.htm.

If you want to prevent that a row flows to the next page, just clear
the "Allow row to break across pages" option in Table | Table
Properties, Row tab.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Dmitry" wrote in message
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Hello!
Is "Keep with next" in "Paragraph" window the only way to keep table
rows on
one page?
Best regards,
Dima










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You are welcome.

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Thanks Stefan Blom!
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Well, you can put the table in a text box. But it is usually a

good
idea to leave the table in the document layer, if possible, and

then
"Keep with next" is the best choice. See
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/tblsfldsfm...bleon1page.htm.

If you want to prevent that a row flows to the next page, just

clear
the "Allow row to break across pages" option in Table | Table
Properties, Row tab.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Dmitry" wrote in message
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Hello!
Is "Keep with next" in "Paragraph" window the only way to keep

table
rows on
one page?
Best regards,
Dima













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