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If you have a long table that spans several pages, you can:
•       add column headings that will appear at the top of each page
•       insert page breaks to start particular rows at the tops of pages.
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You won't see these in normal display mode. You will see them in page width or presentation mode and when you print.

Adding repeating column headings
To make the first row of a table act as column headings which repeat at the top of each page:
1       Click anywhere in the table.
2       Choose Format > Format Table.
3       Select "First row is header".

Inserting page breaks in tables
To specify a row that is to start on the top of the next page:
1       Select the row or a cell within the row.
2       Choose Format > Format Cells.
3       Select "Row starts new page".
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If you paste text containing page breaks into a table, FirstClass ignores those page breaks. But you can insert a page break into text that is already in a cell, and FirstClass will select "Row starts new page" for the row containing that cell.