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Hello,

This may be asking for too much. It probably isn't that common.

I have a table (or picture if needed) which takes up a whole page. I'd like
this table to be on a constant page (page 12 for example), regardless of the
text additions above it. That is, if I type above the table (e.g. on page 11)
the text that would normally push the table down, should itself move below
the table. So the table never moves, and the text accommodates it.

Any ideas? I thought that frames may be the way to go, but I haven't had
success.

Thanks for your help,
Justin
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Default Freeze the position of a table relative to the page and not the te

In the Table Properties, change the text wrapping to the Around option, then
press Positioning and uncheck the Move with text.
Any new text above that goes over the page limit of the previous page will
now appear on the page after the table.
Hope this helps
DeanH

"womprat78" wrote:

Hello,

This may be asking for too much. It probably isn't that common.

I have a table (or picture if needed) which takes up a whole page. I'd like
this table to be on a constant page (page 12 for example), regardless of the
text additions above it. That is, if I type above the table (e.g. on page 11)
the text that would normally push the table down, should itself move below
the table. So the table never moves, and the text accommodates it.

Any ideas? I thought that frames may be the way to go, but I haven't had
success.

Thanks for your help,
Justin

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