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I have a MS Word 2010 document with many small tables. I would like to prevent those tables from breaking up over pages. I know it is possible to prevent a single row to break up. But I would like the following:

  1. How can I prevent a table from breaking up over several pages?
  2. How can I do this for one or several tables at the time, instead of setting it per row?
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Seems to have been asked before and answered here. –  pnuts Dec 6 '12 at 11:13

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Yes you can. Highlight the entire table by clicking the icon with the arrows at the top left of the table. Then click Paragraph Properties from the toolbar and tick Keep with Next.

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I don't think there is a setting to allow the entire table to stay on the same page, simply because your table may be too long to contain within a single page.

You can get the table on its own page by inserting a page break before and after the table. From the Insert menu choose Break > Page Break to insert a manual page break.

You can also adjust properties for multiple rows os a table by selecting the whole table before setting row properties. Hover on the top left corner of the table to get the table selection icon which looks like a + with arrows on its ends.

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In my situation, I was inserting a table from Excel into Word. Since the table was too long to stay on one page I copied as much of the table that fit, pasted it in Word, then pasted the rest of the table right next to it.

So basically you can just create the table in parts so it fits on one page.

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