On 2012-03-14 07:23, Hal Vaughan wrote:
I know that under formatting I can specify to keep a paragraph connected to the next one, so they
don't get split up. But I'm working on formatting questions on a test, and that includes blank
lines, like this:
Please describe how you would teach a new student how to handle Cuban motion:
How would you teach this?
What are at least two tips you would give?
I'm working with a format that's already defined and need my tests to look like other tests, so I
can't change this. Is there any other way to select a block of text and specify that it all be
kept together on one page?
One way would be to create a table, single column, one row per question
and set table properties to not split rows.
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