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OpenOffice multi column layout

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I would like to use a column layout like the following in OpenOffice 2.

HEADING 1

AAA  |  GGG
BBB  |  HHH
CCC  |  III
DDD  |  JJJ
EEE  |  KKK
FFF  |  LLL

HEADING 2

AAA  |  DDD
BBB  |  EEE
CCC  |  FFF

----- NEW PAGE -----

GGG | III
HHH | JJJ

I hope this is clear. Normally the second heading is placed inside the columns. I want it to seperate the second section, where the columns start over again. Is this at all possible?


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Have you tried using a Section Break?
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Thanks!
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