When you insert and edit a table using Word 2007, you sometimes make a row in the table appear on two pages, depending on the layout. When you encounter this type of problem, you can set the Allow break across pages feature for the specified row in the Word 2007 table, as described in the following steps:
Step 1th, open the Word 2007 document window, and click the specific row in the table that you want to set the Allow page breaks across pages feature. Switch to the Layout tab in the Table Tools Ribbon and click the Properties button in the table group, as shown in the figure.
Click the Word 2007 Properties button
Step 2nd, in the Open Word 2007 Table Properties dialog box, switch to the Rows tab. Select the Allow break across pages check box, and click the OK button, as shown in the figure.
Select the Word 2007 allow break across pages check box
Set Word 2007 "Allow break across pages" and do not set the "Allow break across pages" effect as shown in the figure.
To set the word 2007 "Allow break across pages" effect
The effect of setting Word 2007 "Allow break across pages" is not set