At 11:12 01/09/2015 +0100, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
I have a 14 page document which consists of a table on each page. I
would like to set the top two rows on the first page as a header on
all the subsequent pages. Is there an easy way of doing this?
Here's a couple of ways:
o Separate the two relevant rows and put them in the page header. If
you don't want this material on every page of the document, you will
have to create a separate page style for the pages that do require
it. Use a manual page break to change page style where necessary.
o Merge all the tables into a single table. (Use Table | Merge Tables
or right-click | Merge Tables.) Better still, create them that way in
the first place.
o Go to Table | Table Properties... | Text Flow | Text Flow. Tick
"Repeat heading" and set "The first __ rows" to 2.
I trust this helps.
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