Within my document (http://cid-b712073b3513eb8e.office.live.com/view.aspx/.Public/Assignment%20-%20The%20importance%20of%20water%20at%20the%20workplace%20%5Bdraft%5D.docx), it is noted that the header of the table on page 5 does not repeat on page 6. I
have checked the option within Table Properties > Row > Repeat as header row at the top of each page.
I also have a problem having the text start off on page 5 and continue on page 6 (to consume less whitespace), rather than having the text start off on page 6.
Is this a bug in Word 2007?
NOTE: The HTML source window within this forum does not work because when I select
Update, the frame closes and the text disappears into nowhere.
I have downloaded your file and tried many ways to solve this issue. At last, I find it seems the only way to solve it by copying this table into a new document and set Repeat as header row at the top of each page. So I think maybe the old document has corrupted.
Open a new instance of Word.
Copy/paste your table.
Click Table Properties > Row > Repeat as header row at the top of each page. (Or Under
Table Tools, on the Layout tab, in the
Data group, click Repeat Header Rows.)
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