In Office 2007, how do I get rows to break across pages?

In Office 2007, how do I get rows to break across pages?

Post by UG93ZXJwb2 » Fri, 25 Dec 2009 01:22:01



Office 2003 allowed you to format a table, and there was an option to click
that a row could break across pages. I have not discovered how to do this in
Office 2007. Any suggestions?
 
 
 

In Office 2007, how do I get rows to break across pages?

Post by Steve Rind » Fri, 25 Dec 2009 02:56:52

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You can't do this in any version of PowerPoint.
This being a PowerPoint newsgroup, I had to mention that.

I figure you want to know about Word, though.

In Word 2007, rightclick the table, choose Properties from the pop up menu.
Click the Row tab.
Put a check next to "Allow row to break across pages"

That should do it.


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In Office 2007, how do I get rows to break across pages?

Post by QW5kcmVhX2 » Fri, 25 Dec 2009 03:21:02

Hi,
row breaks across the page are only existing in Word as far as I know ...
Pls insert a table in Word, select the table, within the contextual tabs
select the Layout tab, hit the dialog launcher on bottom of the cell group
(arrow) this will open the table properties dialog box, the second tab (row)
offers the desired feature.
This should be activated as default.
Hope that helps
Andrea
 
 
 

In Office 2007, how do I get rows to break across pages?

Post by Luc » Fri, 25 Dec 2009 03:23:35

PowerPoint queen,
Not in PowerPoint. You can in Word, with your curser in your table,
contextual tab Format, table group, table properties button, row tab,
uncheck split table row.

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