Good afternoon, after 2-3 hours today, no idea how many hours on other days on the following
problem, so I have decided to contact you to find the solution.
Problem, I use writer and have a 2 page document that holds a table on each page. As time passes
the size of the table on page one changes so that rows end up in page two. When this happens I do
a table split and everything is fine.
The problem arises when I attempt to remove the gap/break between the tables, this occurs when I
need to join the tables on page two. The same problem albeit on page one occurs when I reduce the
rows in the table on page one, the break rises from page two, so that I end up with a gap between
two tables on the bottom of page one. The table merge is greyed out, no other action works so I
have to close the document, open the document in microsoft and all I do is, place the cursor in the
gap and hit cut, gap gone and the two tables are now joined, on either page.
How can I manage this in Libreoffice as it is embarrassing to have to close one software program
and open another for such a simple task when other people are observing as it indicates a) I don't
know what I am doing or b) libreoffice has a software issue.
Your assistance would be appreciated in providing a solution, please
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