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Problems with tables in Microsoft Word 2003

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This is a toughie. I am working on a document where we had a lot of signature clauses. In order to make them uniform I converted the text to a table. The problem is that the last row, and some normal text and then a section break (next page) which is below it, flips to the next page. On the first page there is sufficient space for all this to appear. The footer starts way below. The table breaks across pages. Keep with next, Page Break before, Window/Orphan control etc etc - is all switched off. It's nothing to do with text wrapping or tabs. The margins are fairly small, there are no hidden section breaks or manual breaks. I've gone into page set up, and everything looks fine. This has flummoxed 3 WP girls and we all have advanced word skills. It's like the page stops at 27cm, instead of being an A4 page - even when I remove the table and just insert text it still jumps over at that point.

Any suggestions.

Edited by Cachorrita, 10 April 2006 - 11:02 PM.

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