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without knowing the content type I can only ask
would splitting the tables to appear as individual pages work?
or would it be disruptive to the content when viewed in the browser?
- obviously it wouldn't be disruptive to the content in the printed form
as each table should end up on it's own page anyway

maybe you could build like this
table
/table
p
/p
hline
p
/p
table
/table

or
table
/table
br
hline
br
table
/table

etc. . ..

build the tables so that the hline p /p or hline br is the last thing on each printed page
and the next table is the first thing on subsequent pages

after a short trip to the g search box
apparently there are ways to do page breaks in HTML code for printing
(google results for: force page break html for printing purposes = About 356,000,000 results)

but I haven't done any of that type of coding
I just create split tables for web viewing
where the content changes and requires a separate table but on the same page
and usually use either p /p or br or combination