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Sorry, the content type is just normal html4. With a touch of CSS thrown in for styling some basic things and floating some stuff.

Forcing page breaks is not a terrible idea, but as each table can be a different size, I like it using the entire page as best as possible, I am not sure how in code to detect a page break.

This webpage is generated by a .net program. The program mostly loops through records and makes tables. So knowing how many records can fit on a page would be difficult.

Is there a way to make it so that when tables are stacked one below the other, that the borders don't double up on the sides touching the tables? Because that would be an ultimate solution.