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If you've got a table at the top of the first page and you want a blank line above it, just click in the upper left cell of that table and press '''Return'''.  On other pages, click at the end of the previous page and press '''Return'''.  
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If the table is at the top of the first page and you want a blank line above it, just click in the upper left cell of that table and press ''Enter''.   
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If the table is at the top of another page, click at the end of the previous page and press ''Enter''.  
  
  

Latest revision as of 15:21, 27 June 2010


How do I put a Carriage Return Above a Table at the Top of a Page?



If the table is at the top of the first page and you want a blank line above it, just click in the upper left cell of that table and press Enter.

If the table is at the top of another page, click at the end of the previous page and press Enter.


This FAQ was found at Solveig Haugland's Blog

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