Thanks, but I've tried that. I've removed the heading rows. I've tried
making more rows the repeated rows. Nothing changed. I'm sure it's
something simple, but it beats me what it is. They worked when I originally
created the table. I didn't notice when they disappeared to know what I may
have done to make it happen.
Sue, try unchecking "Heading rows repeat", reselect yr table header, and
check "Heading rows repeat" again. I don't know why but sometimes it
mriaculously solves the problem.
HTH - Henk
Sue D;2366086 Wrote:
I revealed hidden formatting codes and looked through three times for
or page breaks and did not see any. Table Properties shows only row 1
header row. I'm not sure what you mean by not wrapped. If you mean
table is wider than the paper, I changed Table Properties to set the
width at 100% and still have the problem.
"Doug Robbins - Word MVP" wrote:
The following has previously been posted when that problem has come
Make sure the table is not wrapped and has no breaks and that you
all the rows set as heading rows.
Hope this helps.
Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.
Doug Robbins - Word MVP
"Sue D" wrote in message
I have a table with row 1 defined as a repeating header row. Table
Properties confirms the setting. However, the row does not repeat on
page. I cannot find a manual page break in the table. I have run a
of the software. This table is 16 pages long so a header row is