troubleshooting Question

Split currently selected table into several tables based on number of rows using VBA

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Andreas HermleFlag for Germany asked on
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Dear Experts:

for the currently selected table I would like to run the following action using VBA:

Split the current table into several tables, i.e each row is converted into a single table with manual page breaks in between these newly created tables.

Example: currently selected table has 5 rows. After running the macro, 5 individual tables are created with 4 manual page breaks in between.

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas
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