Even after you create, edit, and format your table, you may need to take more control over it, and Word offers various techniques for taking that control. For example, you can
Split one table into two
Control where page breaks appear within tables
Set a header that appears on every page of your table, even though you entered it in your document only once
Resize all the rows and columns in a table instantly
In the next few sections, you learn these techniques, which give you more control over your tables than you've ever had before.
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