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    bhuvanan Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Mar 24, 2010, 10:44 PM
    How to lock tables in MSWord 2003? Once the table is locked can any new row be insert
    I have a document of 200 pages in MSWord 2003, of which 20 consecutive pages contain tables. I want to fix these tables so that they do not shift from their original position; moreover these tables are susceptible to frequent changes(insertion of new rows and deletion of existing rows). What is the best method to ensure the table formatting and their position?
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    Mar 25, 2010, 09:37 AM

    The only thing I would suggest is a CTRL-ENTER before each table to insure it is situated at the top of its page.

    If you're inserting/deleting rows, there's nothing you can do about how long each table is, it is what it is. But making sure each table starts at the top of a page will at least keep changes in one table from affecting the others that follow.

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