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FrontPage printouts do not have page break in tables

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i have created a front page doc where i have many small graphics with description text next to them.  so, to best keep the text near the image, i chose to do it with a table.   it works fine for me nd for browsing, but when i print it out, it will chop the image and the text right up if its at a page break.  is there a better way to either lay it out (graphics and text) or a trick code inside the table commands that would keep the table together or on one page? thanks
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Microsoft Internet Explorer supports the page-break-before and page-break-after properties for style sheets. To create a page break before a table, use the following code:

BR.newpage {page-break-before: always}

For more information on printer control in HTML, visit the following page:

http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-print

--EbenBrooks
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