Prevent Word from putting page breaks in table rows

If you’re using large tables in Word, you may sometimes find that they run across more than one page. Quite often, the page break occurs inside a row, which means the row gets split across two pages. To the person reading it, this can potentially make it look like two separate rows, which is frustrating.

The usual “Keep lines together” paragraph options don’t prevent this. You need to set the table properties instead.
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Running chapter headers in Microsoft Word

I’m in the process of writing up my doctoral thesis, and have had to wrestle with a lot of Word formatting. The biggest difficulty I had was separating the whole document into chapters. I wanted each chapter to start with a big heading like “Chapter 1 Introduction”, and to have that title repeated in the header of each subsequent page; i.e. running chapter headers throughout the document. It’s quite fiddly to do, but very useful once you’ve got it setup.
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