Last week we asked…
How do you position the cursor above a table in a Word document, when that table is the first thing in the document? Many of you responded with the answer I was looking for, but rcriswell was the first to respond: Press [Ctrl]+[Home] to position the cursor at the beginning of the table, and then press [Enter] to insert a new blank line and push the table or graphic down. A few of you knew other tricks for getting the job done:
warrior114: Press [Ctrl]+[Shift] and then press enter.
bkreamer: Select the table and then choose Split Table from the Table menu.
RayG314: Press PageUp and then press Enter. That works!
Falysi: Insert a page break.
Thanks to everyone for a great challenge!
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Susan Sales Harkins is an IT consultant, specializing in desktop solutions. Previously, she was editor in chief for The Cobb Group, the world's largest publisher of technical journals.