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How to insert text above a table

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    Re: How to insert text above a table

    I didn't touch the table. I just right clicked the table from the top left corner, changed text wrapping from around to none, then back to around again.
    It then automatically jumped upwards.

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    Re: How to insert text above a table

    Quote Originally Posted by JulianS96 View Post
    I didn't touch the table.
    Indeed you did, when you:
    Quote Originally Posted by JulianS96 View Post
    right clicked the table from the top left corner, changed text wrapping from around to none, then back to around again.
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    Re: How to insert text above a table

    Quote Originally Posted by macropod View Post
    That's because you've moved the table higher up the page, not because you've fixed the paragraph formatting...
    I didn't drag the table down though as you suggested. "Move (ing)" the table requires dragging it around to a different location on the page with a mouse.
    Anyway. This is a null argument.
    The solution is present. No need to continue the sword fight.

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    Re: How to insert text above a table

    Quote Originally Posted by JulianS96 View Post
    "Move (ing)" the table requires dragging it around to a different location on the page with a mouse.
    That simply isn't true when you change the text wrapping. It's not a question of fighting, it's a question of you understanding what's going on. And you still haven't fixed the underlying problem - which will re-emerge as soon as you add a few more rows to the table.

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