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Tables: Keeping Intact
on Aug 24, 2007 at 2:12:10 pm

I have created a template-like table that has several rows and columns. It's about 2" in height.

I'm stacking this table one on top of the other as needed. When I have too many tables stacked on a page InDesign moves them onto the next page. This is good. The problem is that a table will often times get split up.

I want to keep each table intact from page to page. So, if the last table is too big on Page 1, InDesign will move the ***whole*** table to Page 2. Is this possible?

Hopefully this makes sense.

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Mike Gondek
Re: Tables: Keeping Intact
on Sep 20, 2007 at 6:39:47 pm

I believe that you have a master page text box that is linked to you next page. Within the text box on page 1 you have a table, and when adding tables within that text box you found that they get split when flowing from page 1 to 2.

You can easily solve this by placing a forced page breakn [Enter on your keyboard] as a charcater in between your tables.

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