Insert a blank line before a table

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Use this procedure to insert a blank line before a table that is on the first line of the first page in a document.

  1. Click in the upper-left cell in the first row of the table.

    Note: If you have text in the upper-left cell, place the insertion point before the text.

  2. Press ENTER.

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