Tables Don't Display Properly in Microsoft Word
There's one good reason your tables might look like the following graphic.
In the case above, someone likely formatted the text to "Keep
with Next" (select the text and hit FormatŕParagraph,
Line and Page Breaks tab, and uncheck Keep with Next.
The case below is another story, but I've seen it happen many
times. Just can't get your table right. In this case, the page layout is set to
be align-centered vertically under FileŕPage
Setup, Layout tab.
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