You could insert a 1-inch header that is empty. You can alter the page
style or directly format the page:
Format -> Page -> Header, then:
- Header ON
- Autofit height: OFF
- Height: 1 inch
Note that I am using LO 6.0, so it might be slightly different for you
but I think that those settings will work in your version.
I hope this helps.
Le dimanche 12 août 2018 à 13:40 -0700, Tom a écrit :
Hi! I'm running Writer 188.8.131.52 on Linux Mint 18 and had a question
about tables and page margins. I'm creating a playlist in Writer and
have an image filling the entire background of the page. I have 0
margins so the image covers all available whitespace. I have a table
with a header row that repeats on each page. Everything looks fine
except when the table spills over to page #2. The header row is
repeated but the top of the table is flush against the top of the page.
I would like a 1", maybe, gap between the top of the table, on page #2,
and the top of the page.
Any idea on how to accomplish this?
"The Other" Tom
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