Tip of the Week: Keeping Table Rows Together
This InDesign tip on how to tidy up your tables was sent to Tip of the Week email subscribers on October 5, 2017.
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Need to keep some rows of a table together on a page?
Here’s how: Select the rows with the Type tool, choose Table > Cell Options > Rows and Columns, then enable Keep with Next Row. Unfortunately, there’s no option to make this happen automatically with a table style or cell style.
Or, if you want to force rows to start in the next column, frame, or page, you can do that too, with the Keep Options in the Cell Options dialog box.