- In order to ensure that the table starts on the new page, consider using PageBreakBefore class to add a page break before your object. This will specify to always start the associated object on a new page.
- If the table is longer than the page itself, consider the AllowBreakAcrossPages class. This will specify whether to allow a row to start on the next page when it cannot fit on the current page, or to allow it to flow to the next page when it cannot fit in one page.
- If your table is too wide to fit in one one page, this example shows how to fit wide tables using the Table Slicer object, and to resize columns accroding to their content.
How to keep the entire table together?
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Before updating to R2020b, the table can be kept together (if the space below isn't enough, the table is generated in next page).
However, after updated to R2020b, the same thing doesn't work any more. We noticed quite a few things stopped working in R2020b. But we found the solution.
But we cann't find solution for this, even tried parentheses with (true) for KeepLinesTogether and KeepWithNext, no chance.
How can we do to keep a table together?
(we cannot predict the page content and place a PageBreakBefore() at the right place.
Ani Singh on 28 Dec 2020
To know about how to start a table on the next page if it does not fit into a single page, and how to split the table if the table is longer than the page.
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