How to Repeat Table Row Headers and Adjust Page Breaks for Tables in Word
If you have a large table that spans across several pages, you have a few options to control its appearance.
If the table has a header row, you can repeat it on the top of each page.
The header row will now be automatically repeated whenever the table appears across multiple pages.
To turn this off, just click the Repeat Header Rows button again.
Occasionally, a table will get split up over a page break, making it difficult to consume. Word has settings to prevent this from happening.
The Table Properties dialog box opens.
You can also right-click the table and select Properties from the menu.
The Row properties let you control the height of the row, as well as two options for how the row appears when the table spans multiple pages.
Any previously broken rows move to the next page to keep the rows intact.