Table split across two pages with large blank at top of page??


L

littlelucinda

I have a word 2010 document that began as a small table but since
added more data to it, it has now run over across two pages but left
massive blank at the top of the second page. The table is marked a
Allow Row To Break Across Pages, and I haven't put a break in o
anything...but I can't click in this white space or anything. Acros
the forums I've looked at there seem to be plenty of options but non
for 2010. I'm sure there is an easy answer but I've reached my limit!!
Please be nice, I got abused the last forum I went on for asking thi
question *looks afraid
 
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Stefan Blom

First of all, make sure "Vertical alignment" in the Page Setup dialog box is
set to "Top." To open the dialog box, you can double-click the vertical
ruler. You'll find the alignment options on the Layout tab of the dialog.

If the above doesn't help, look at the paragraph formatting for the row that
begins on the second page. Select the table row. On the Home tab, click the
dialog launcher button (the little arrow on the bottom right) of the
Paragraph group. On the Line and Page Breaks tab, make sure that "Page break
before" and "Keep with next" are both cleared. Click OK.

-- 
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP




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"littlelucinda" wrote in message


I have a word 2010 document that began as a small table but since I
added more data to it, it has now run over across two pages but left a
massive blank at the top of the second page. The table is marked as
Allow Row To Break Across Pages, and I haven't put a break in or
anything...but I can't click in this white space or anything. Across
the forums I've looked at there seem to be plenty of options but none
for 2010. I'm sure there is an easy answer but I've reached my limit!!
Please be nice, I got abused the last forum I went on for asking this
question *looks afraid*
 
M

manc203

Highlight the table

Right click

in options under row "allow row to break across pages"

Simple !
 
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