I have a 2 pg document with a table on each page. The cells are text fields marked for multiple lines, no binding, layout is expand to fit. Rows are marked to allow page breaks in each row; marked to expand; no binding. Table is in a sub form to flow and each page is a subform set to flowed - allow page breaks.
When the page 1 table flows to page 2, it does not bring down the text fields on page 2 but creates a new page with a lot of white space. I want this document to continue flowing without the extra space. I know I'm missing a step. Can anyone give me a hint?
It sounds like a pagination issue going from page 1.
I suspect that the setup is such that when the table on page1 expands beyond the page, it creates another instance of page1 and pushes page2 down.
If you set the pagination for page 2 to this, it should work:
Come back if it doesn't and we'll try again,
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