dyoung520 Posted June 23, 2010 Share Posted June 23, 2010 I have a table layout I'm working on. Inside a text frame I have two tables. The 1st can grow in the number of rows and eventually require an overflow page if needed. I properly set header and footer that make this table work correctly during overflow. However the second table that must show up directly after the first table must stay together. It's only 3 rows - Header row and two detail rows. If the first table has just the right number of rows it pushes the second table toward the end (sometimes) and then results in that (2nd) table being broken between two pages. (e.g. the header is on page one and the two or one detail line is on the second page) Is there any "easy" way to simply say a table must remain together. Thus instead of the header printing on the 1st page and the details on the 2nd overflow page it would just move the whole table to the second page?? Thanks in Advance! Dan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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