This should happen automatically, if you created the table in FM. If, however,
it was pasted in from elsewhere as RTF (for example), FM doesn't recognize the
first row as the header row. I know of two ways to fix this:
* Select the "heading" row, right-click and choose Add Row or Column, change
the Row(s) selection to "To Heading", and click Add. Then, move the text from
the former "heading" row into the new heading row you just inserted and delete
the old row.
* Rick Quatro's TableCleaner plugin provides a right-click function to convert
selected rows to heading or footer rows...and lots of other neat tricks for
working with tables, especially the foibles that come with pasting from other
programs. I've found it well worth the money. ;-)
Others may provide additional insight.
Nina Rogers <Nina.Rogers at DrakeSoftware.com> wrote: Hi Framers,
I have a table runs from one page to the next. I've put in the "table
continuation" variable, but I can't figure out how to repeat the table
header rows. Can someone help? Thanks!
Nina Rogers, Technical Writer
Tax Development (Federal)
(828) 524-8020 ext. 1724
nina.rogers at drakesoftware.com
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