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 Robert, yes, the replies helped me to see what I was doing wrong and it
works now.
I think you are the one who told me to use "reply all?" Forgive my faulty
I can't find the reply all feature in gmail: correction: I just looked and
under settings I have a choice. I can check "reply" or "reply" all.
Now I find I have a choice after setting it to "reply all." I don't know if
it will work this time since I'd already started this reply.
One more thing I've learned recently. Pretty soon I''ll be "computer savvy.

On Tue, Jun 5, 2018 at 9:16 AM, Robert Funnell <>

Peggy -

Have you got this to work? I assume that you're setting the behaviour by
unchecking the 'Allow row to break across pages and columns' check box in
the Text Flow tab of the Table Properties dialogue? I tried it and it
worked. If it really doesn't work for you, it might help to specify what
operating system you're using and what version of LibreOffice.

- Robert

On Tue, 5 Jun 2018, Peggy wrote:

Re: [libreoffice-users] One more question before I give up for the night.
I thought the table was set to not split cells when it went to the next
page, but that's not happening. I've looked for a way to set it
(highlighting the table) and even though each one (I'm working on several
files) is not set to split across pages and columns, it is splitting the
rows when it goes to the next page. Is there anyway to fix that?

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