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Re: [libreoffice-users] add newline between table and page break

gcatlast wrote:
I have a table in writer followed immediately by a page break. I now want to sdd a line after the table, but i cant seem to be able to. On the first page the cursor is at the end of the last table cell and newline is added inside the table. Delete forward takes the cursor to the start of the second page (after the break) but doesnt delete the break.
Placing the cursor at the start of the second page and hitting backspace moves the cursor back inside the table, again without deleting the break. Holding shift or control with backspace removes the page break but also removes the table structure.
So how can i get a newline after the end of the table and before the page break?

Alt+Enter with the cursor at the end of the bottom-right table cell seems to do it. (The first challenge was remembering how to get rid of the paragraph between table and page break in the first place - which is Ctrl+Shift+Delete from the bottom-right cell).


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