I have a table wrapped in a subform set as "Flowed" that can fit about 15 rows on a page. The table overflows to the second page correctly if there are between 16-30 rows, but anything after that, it just overflows off the second page instead of creating a third page for the overflow. I've checked to make sure that "Allow Page Breaks within Content" is checked for the page, the subform, and the table.
I have this exact same problem with a text field that will only overflow correctly to page 2, but not any further. Can anyone help me out? What am I doing wrong?
I can't think of anything that could cause this, there are some restriction options on the master pages but I didn't think they could cause this effect. Can you post your form somewhere like Acrobat.com, Google Docs, etc and post the link here so we can have a look.
I think I know what I did wrong. I made the subform that contained the table flowed, but didn't make the actual page flowed. Once I changed that, it spanned multiple pages ok.