Occasionally Word 2003 will refuse to play ball when you ask it to repeat table headings across pages, that is, each new page that a table’s on gets the table heading so the reader knows what’s what in the columns. But sometimes no matter what actions you perform that should do the trick – it just doesn’t happen. Here’s how to
skull-fuck force it into doing what you’re damned well telling it to do:
- Tried selecting the top row, then Right click | Table Properties | Row tab followed by checking the box labled Repeat as header row at the top of each page? Not having it?
- Tried selecting Text Wrapping to None from the Table tab of Table Properties? No dice?
- Tried un-marking the Properties | Repeat as header box then hitting [OK] then getting the table properties up again and re-selecting the box followed by [OK]? Still being a dick?
- Then click somewhere in the table and go to Table | Heading Rows Repeat in the menu. Sorted!