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asked 2012-06-06 23:48:32 +0200sebastien_vigneau
I have a table row spanning across two pages, set to have a visible horizontal border at the top and at the bottom. However, the border also appears at the bottom of the part of the row on the first page, and at the top of the part of the row on the second page. How could I remove this additional borders and only keep those at the top of the row, on the first page, and at the bottom of the row, on the second page?
answered 2012-08-30 23:26:08 +0200ecoten
This is not really a solution to the problem but if you only have one row as in my case, you can work around the problem by adding an extra row and the top and another at the bottom and then setting the borders on the cells individually to remove the ones that you don't want.
I also created a custom style called 'Small As Possible' and set the font size, line spacing (you can set it to less than 100% with proportional) and paragraph spacing as small as possible.
Hope this helps someone, although it's more of a workaround than a proper solution.
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Asked: 2012-06-06 23:48:32 +0200
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Last updated: Aug 30 '12