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MS Word MVPs suggesting creation of a table style, replacing the default one to have the rows broken across pages disallowed globally. Is there a step by step explanation?

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I don't have Word 2003 installed, but by my recollection, this should accomplish what you are asking.

  1. Open Word 2003, go to Table, AutoFormat then select Table Grid.
  2. Click on Modify
  3. In Format, choose Table Properties
  4. In the Row tab, uncheck Allow row to break across pages
  5. Click OK
  6. Select the check box "Add to template" on top of Format button
  7. Click OK
  8. Click Apply

Choose Yes if you see message asking if Do you want to save the changes to when you close Word .

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