It could be either a bad page pagination setting that breaks the
autoconnection of the flow or the table containing too few good break
points. It's more likely to be the table. Try a couple of these:

* Select some of the problem rows, right-click and check the row
format properties to see if you have "keep with" set. Also make sure
that Start Anywhere is selected. You can also select a single row and
force a Top Of Page start point, but that may become a problem later
if you add or delete text.
* If the rows contain a lot of text, break the cells up to create more
break points by adding rows and cutting-and-pasting text so that the
text is in smaller chunks. Turn off the ruling so the multiple cells
appear to be a continuous block.
* Do the same thing as the previous step, but add a blank row where
you think a break should occur.


Art Campbell
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On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 3:10 PM, Deirdre Reagan
<deirdre.reagan at> wrote:
> Hi All!
> FM 8.0, Windows 3.1.
> Just kidding -- Windows XP.
> I'm having a problem with the table on the last page of my file.  I
> add 10 more rows, and the rows disapper on the page -- they don't
> force a new page.  I've seen this before and I seem to remember it's a
> simple fix, but for the life of me I can't remember what to do!
> I've gone into pagination and changed the setting from "Make Page
> Count Even" to "Make Page Count Odd," but that hasn't done anything.
> Any thoughts?
> Thanks!
> Deirdre
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