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MS Word 2007: How to repeat a table col heading on different page?

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Dear expert:

I would like to learn how to repeat a column heading of a table on different page.

I have a lengthy table which stretches to the next page. I would like to see the table headings displaced at the top of the table on the next page.

Thanks a lot!
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Question by:duta
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Hi duta,

If you click on the help button up in the corder of your Word document and type in "table headings", it will explain how to do this for you.

Good Luck!
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Select the first row(s) of the table and the click Repeat Header Rows on the Layout ribbon.
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