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How do I create a Word photo template that allows us to create multiple pages but keep the formatting

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I am trying to create a Word photo template that has two pictures on the left (and doesn't allow the size to change) with a comment box to the right of each picture. We need to keep the formatting for mulitple pages.
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I would use a two-column table, with row height to 'exactly' a figure between greater than a third of the page height (less margins) and greater that a third.

With A4 paper, 12 cm is about the maximum.
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I already tried that and the formatting did not follow to the next page.
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It should do. Here is an example.
PictureTable.docx
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