Thanks! This does work as a workaround.
On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 6:26 PM, MiguelAngel <email@example.com>wrote:
El 06/06/12 23:53, Sébastien Vigneau escribió:
I have a table row spanning across two pages, set to have a visible
horizontal border at the top and at the bottom. However, the border also
appears at the bottom of the part of the row on the first page, and at the
top of the part of the row on the second page. How could I remove this
additional borders and only keep those at the top of the row, on the first
page, and at the bottom of the row, on the second page?
Thank you for your help!
Define one row as repeating heading in:
Menu/Table/Table properties - Text flow - Repeat heading.
Set the first row without borders and 0 as height.
Set the top border in the second row.
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