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Keeping Cells On One Page When Printing

Posted on 1998-03-22
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In MS Word 6.0.1 I believe I saw an option to keep table cells from printing partially at the end of one page and then continuing at the top of the next page.  I can't find it anymore.  Can you help me find it?

In other words, I want the whole cell to go to the next page if it won't fully fit onto the previous page.
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Question by:lcauvin
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Select the table row and go to the Format Menu. Select Paragraph. When the dialog appears, select Keep Lines Together.

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