Most of my tables have the second line with numbers of columns. It should be repeated on each page. But in "Table Properties" dialog I can repeat rows only from the first one.
Please, enhance the dialog.
Steps to Reproduce:
Create a table with multiple rows. Open Table - Table Properties and open Text Flow tab
[v] Repeat heading First [ 1 ]-+ rows.
[v] Repeat heading From row [ 1 ]-+ to row [ 1 ]-+
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To repeat an intermediate row, split a table before the row and delete an empty line between the new tables. Vertical borders should be adjusted twice - on both tables.
Give me an example of table with the second row needed to repeat and the first one not. Without confidential data.
(In reply to BogdanB from comment #1)
> Give me an example of table with the second row needed to repeat and the
> first one not. Without confidential data.
Created attachment 165055 [details]
An example of the form for official mailing of a publication in our country.
The table is usually splitted by 6...7 pages dependent on the type of publication and interested organizations. The first line should not be repeated by our editing rules.
[Automated Action] NeedInfo-To-Unconfirmed
Thanks for the document. That makes the use case more clear. I can support this idea, but I also think, it has low importance in comparison to other enhancements.
cc: Design-Team for further input and decision
This would add a lot of complexity to the simple dialog. How about a solution where the first heading is just another table?
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