(parseInt(navigator.appVersion) >= 3 )) || For a discussion of this In Word 2000, wrapped tables cannot break across pages of the basic techniques for controlling page breaks in tables. If you look at the last screenshot in the post, you’ll see that symbol at the end of each cell. A client asked me to check one of their Word documents as a long table row was being forced onto a new page despite them turning on the option to allow the row to break across pages. a table together on one page.” But if you insert a manual page break, you Select the row (or rows) that you want to keep together. sign that anything has changed—not one of Microsoft’s brightest ideas! (needless to say, this is true of tables in frames in earlier versions). Clicking the text wrapping to none in table properties fix it immediately. Thanks for the tip. Insert Page Breaks. My major assignment now looks a bit more professional. this damn table’s rows will not split across pages. “One more to check if all above fails. If you want to break up a long document and insert a pag… Choose Cell Height and Width from the Table menu. There are several possible reasons a table or table row might do this, and several ways to get the table or row back to where you want it. inadvertent) table wrapping: Tables expression A variable that represents a 'ParagraphFormat' object. sigh. Click the table you want to resize. Four of them require a section break that acts as a page break: Options | Advanced | Layout Options in Word 2010. (I know you said you tried everything listed, but just checking!!). Had to go to the primary Table Properties, click on Row tab and uncheck the Repeat as header row at the top of each page before the header row would appear on the next page. tables. Luckily, there is another way to achieve the desired effect. Below (Fig 3-6) is an example of what what two pages of a document might look like before inserting a simple page break. If that isn’t the cause of the problem, check the Row Many thanks :). I assume you're using the OneDrive approach to HTML conversion? ( Log Out /  This is nuts. Important Note: Current versions (Word 2002 and above) all allow addendum: success. However, beware: even though I unchecked all the “keep with next” options, I had to turn on the paragraph symbols, and there was a tell-tale little black square next to the title at the top of the cell that was jumping to the next page. if(MSFPhover) { MSFPnav2n=MSFPpreload("_derived/tutorials.htm_cmp_word-faqs010_hbtn.gif"); MSFPnav2h=MSFPpreload("_derived/tutorials.htm_cmp_word-faqs010_hbtn_a.gif"); } after fiddling with this godforsaken table for over an hour, i finally found a fix which has seemingly nothing to do with ANY suggested fix i found online: i had to unclick the “link to previous” option in the header for the page containing the dumb table (which header actually began several pages prior to the table). Yay! Post was not sent - check your email addresses! A simple page break will force all the text behind the cursor onto the next page. Worked for me. This option is set at Tools As Paul clarified, adding a page break will split the table. When you create a table that ends at the bottom margin, Word automatically inserts a new blank page. rows don’t repeat. Joergen – two years on, still a standout solution – thanks so much! After splitting the table into two tables, you can further divide it into two parts and you can continue dividing the Word tables as long as a table has more than one row. Blog at WordPress.com. // -->