Multi-Page Tables

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Multi-page tables flow from one page to another due to their size or placement in the document. You can scroll across pages for large tables or use the arrow keys on your keyboard to move through your table across multiple pages.

Headers in Multi-Page Tables

For multi-page tables, you can set one or more rows as headers to repeat across page breaks on subsequent pages.

To assign a header row:

1
Select the table.
2
Right-click the row number.
3
Choose Assign Header Row from the drop-down menu.

Assign Header Row option

To remove the header row:

1
Right-click the row number.
2
Choose Remove Header Row from the drop-down menu.

You can also set header rows in the Table Properties panel.

To access header rows in the Table Properties panel:

1
Select the table.
2
Choose the Settings icon in the right toolbar to open the Table Properties panel.
3
Under the Headers section, use the drop-down menu to set the number of rows to repeat as headers on subsequent pages.

Setting header rows

To remove a header from this panel, set the drop-down back to zero.

Breakpoints and Page Breaks in Tables

Breakpoints allow you to control where a page break occurs in a multi-page table. Setting a breakpoint means a break occurs after the selected row if necessary.

To set a breakpoint for a table:

1
Right-click a row number.
2
Select Set Table Breakpoint Below Row from the drop-down menu.

Setting header rows

You can also use the Table Properties menu to set how a table interacts with a page break.

To adjust table breaking from the Table Properties panel:

1
Select the table.
2
Choose the Settings icon in the right toolbar to open the Table Properties panel.
3
Under the Table Breaking section, select one of the available options:
  • Never break if smaller than a page
  • Always break across pages
  • Only break when table exceeds (set percentage of page)

Once you have breakpoints set in your table, a list of those breakpoints appears at the bottom of the Table Properties panel.

Setting header rows