Printing tables without any cutting...

How can I tell the printer(s) that prints a page with a long table when to stop. I cuts row after row after row... I want it to print rows not rows and a half. I also want want the frist to rows to print on top of every page. Is there a way to tell where exatly a printer will print? Becouse I confused everyone in chats I'll try my best to show what I mean...

I don't want:

Page 1 ------------------------------------------------------------
               Example:
               ==================
               | Top of table             |
               ---------------------------
               | Item 1                       |
               | Food                         |
               ---------------------------
               | Item 2                       |
Page 2 ------------------------------------------------------------
               | Drinks                      |
               ==================

I want:

Page 1 ------------------------------------------------------------
               Example:
               ==================
               | Top of table             |
               ---------------------------
               | Item 1                       |
               | Food                         |
               ---------------------------

Page 2 ------------------------------------------------------------
               ---------------------------
               | Top of table             |
               ---------------------------
               | Item 2                       |
               | Drinks                      |
               ==================


I hope I gave enough info becouse I just used all my points!
Help, please!
zavaboyAsked:
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bobbit31Connect With a Mentor Commented:
you could add a header and a footer to your table:

<!-- the following row will be at the top of each page -->
<THEAD STYLE='display: table-header-group'>
<TR HEIGHT=20>
<TD valign=middle align=center>HEADER</TD>
</TR>
</THEAD>

<!-- add other rows here -->

<!-- the following will be at the bottom -->
<TFOOT STYLE='display: table-footer-group;'>
<TR>
<TD>FOOTER</TD>
</TR>
</TFOOT>
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zavaboyAuthor Commented:
Ok, if you can tell me how I can keep printers from cutting off rows then I'll accept your comment as a answer.
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zavaboyAuthor Commented:
Ok, if you can tell me how I can keep printers from cutting off rows then I'll accept your comment as a answer.
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zavaboyAuthor Commented:
Ok, if you can tell me how I can keep printers from cutting off rows then I'll accept your comment as a answer.
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zavaboyAuthor Commented:
What the?! humm...
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bobbit31Commented:
if you add a header and footer, it shouldn't cut off the rows you have in between.
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bobbit31Commented:
these lines are important though:
STYLE='display: table-header-group'

and

STYLE='display: table-footer-group'
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zavaboyAuthor Commented:
Oh, I guess I didn't notice that at first (now I'm thinking DUH!)... Anyway... Your answer was great so...
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