How do I keep table rows together?

Damned if I can find a way to keep two table rows together.

Office 2010 is a nightmare. The simple things were already simple by Office 95. The more complex things have been made much more difficult, and the help system has largely been replaced by getting users to google the answer.

If anyone knows how to do a keep with next on a table row that would be good to know.

[Moderator note: split from thread at http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-word/keep-with-next-word-2010/877a26d8-b388-49bf-8f88-a92c37d08af9]

 

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Last updated December 4, 2019 Views 12,058 Applies to:
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Select the Row. Uncheck the row property 'allow row to break across pages' and format the row Home > Paragraph > Line and Page Breaks > Keep with next. The row will stay on the same page as the following row.
Graham Mayor (Microsoft Word MVP 2002-2019)
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