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Word 2013, another question about tables

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I have a table that spans several pages

How can I put a brief paragraph before the table, not only on the first page, but on the second and third page in which the table spans as well ?
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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Ken Butters earned 250 total points
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If you want to put text in the main body of the document, then I think you'd have to split the table into multiple tables.

If you want to just add something at the top of each of the pages, you could possible achieve this by make your text updates to the header of those pages.

You'd also have to have section breaks, to allow you to have different headers on different pages.
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Hi,

Or you can use the first row of the table as header which repeats itself across pages

For that  tick in Table Properties / Row / Repeat as header row at the top of each page

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