I have a table in Word 2013 which spans a page and a half and covers pretty much the full width. I would like a caption above the table which will remain attached (visibly) to it. By that, I mean, no page gaps between the caption and table.
My "caption" is just a line of text that I've formatted (I tried using a proper table caption, but a) it didn't change the behaviour I will describe below and b) it always has a number attached, that I cannot seem to get rid of).
So, the problem. In Table Properties, with Text wrapping set to 'None', I get the header row repeated on the subsequent page - yay! But, the table then decides to not start at the position I originally had it at, but rather, starts itself on a new page, fills that page, then moves on to the next page.
If I change Text wrapping to 'Around', then the table starts where I want it to, but, I have no repeating table headers.
Finally, if I tried to use that + arrow grabby thing at the top left of the table, to move the table around, the table doesn't move, but rather, snaps itself to very top edge of the page (even over the page header)!
Other tables in the doc behave properly. I don't know if this behaviour is due to the size of the table or something else, but I cannot figure out what is causing it to act this way.