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Machecoul | 15:32 Fri 15th Sep 2006 | Technology
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Word 2003 help says this:
"By default, if a page break occurs within a large row, Microsoft Word allows a page break to divide the row between the two pages."

Except it isn't!! And we want to allow rows to go onto more than one page and not just start a new page for every row. This is a LONG document. Have been in table properties / ticked and unticked things (row) have searched on the net for info / played with all sorts of options. No luck so far. It didn't use to happen with earlier versions of Word.
Anyone any ideas?

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What about Table - Table Properties - Row and un-check the box labelled 'Allow row to break across pages'?
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Unfortunately - been there - done that - no change!!

Thanks for answer though.

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