I would never have one table follow another without a heading or
explanatory text in between.

On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 1:20 PM, Lin Sims <ljsims...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I like to use my cursor keys to scroll from table to table, and putting each
> table anchor in its own paragraph lets me do that. If they're all on the
> same line, pressing the up or down arrow once pops you to the beginning or
> end of all of the tables that are anchored in the same line. I do a lot of
> documents with hundreds of tables that are one right after the other, so
> having an anchor anywhere but on its own line becomes a nuisance.
> Putting all the anchors in the same line also makes it much difficult to
> select just one table, since unless you are VERY disciplined about putting a
> space between them, FM drops the anchors on top of each other. And (again)
> if you have a lot of them, even using just a small space between can make
> the anchors wrap to another line (or three or four), which messes up your
> spacing all over again but for a different reason.
> On Thu, Oct 2, 2014 at 3:53 PM, Stuart Rogers
> <srog...@phoenix-geophysics.com> wrote:
>> On 2014-Oct-02 3:23 PM, Robert Lauriston wrote:
>> What is the benefit of putting a table anchor in its own paragraphs
>> instead of putting the anchor at the end of the preceding paragraph?
>> I've inherited lots of documents that do things like that and it
>> seemed to me like pointless busywork, but the people who set up the
>> templates were long gone so I couldn't ask for their rationale.

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