Splitting tables with headers and footers


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Splitting tables with headers and footers

When a table becomes longer than a page or wider than a page, or your design vision has that table splitting across pages, you need to be able to split that table but ideally still keep them connected, so that any formatting changes you make will apply to both. Take, for example, this table down here. We split it across two pages but it shares header and footer information, which if they were to change in one place, you would want to change in both places. So let's look at how you split a table and how to add repeating headers and footers.

The table that's over here on the pasteboard will be useful to work with. I'm going to zoom-in to it holding down the Ctrl and Shift keys and dragging. Now what I want to do is split this table in half, but keep the top row as a repeating header and the bottom row as a repeating footer. To do that, we split it first. Select it with the Item tool and under the Table menu, choose Table Break. Then you tell it whether you want to break it by W...

Splitting tables with headers and footers
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Splitting tables with headers and footers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jay Nelson as part of the QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training

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Design
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QuarkXPress
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