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Is there a way to insert a table in Word and keeping it fixed positioned on the page

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Hi!

I have a document with a table in it, and i want to keep it fixed, so it doesn't get affected when you type something in the above page, i was trying to use page-breaks but i didn't help that much, so i'm wondering if there might a way to keep it fixed sort of like have in HTML with absolutely positioned elements?
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Chris Bottomley earned 2000 total points
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Select table properties, table tab, text wrapping - around, positioning, vertical relative tp page and set the vertical displacement you require

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Cheers! :)
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