Option to split table rows across pages
Lord please, if you're up there, answer our INDD prayers and make this a feature. A LOT of tables have rows with more content than can be held in a single page or bottom of a page. It's impossible to layout a continuous book or brochure if I can't get the table text to split - it doesn't have to be the default, but give me the option - please, please. WORD does this, be better than Word!!
George Salnik commented
How many years that TOP-1 request will be ignored more?
Javi Cueto commented
Any updates? This is REALLY NEEDED
DESPERATE !!!!! CRITIAL !!!!! PLEEEEZZZZZZZEEE ... What is the status for this? Do they ever answer these comments? I'd even volunteer to test it!
Carl Richter commented
By far the most requested feature here and Adobe still is playing dead. What a shame!
Jonas Madsen Rogne commented
2019: "We have started to work on this feature. Will be sharing the beta builds soon."
It has been THREE YEARS since then. How long does it take to implement this feature?
Need this badly for a document right now. Please get it done soon!
Has anyone checked the beta builds to see if it is available there?
any updates for this feature?
look forward to this feature very soon after waiting for more than 10 years.
Adi Kerovic commented
Such a simple feature missing. Please fix it.
Virgil Ierubino commented
I actually had to use WORD for the first time in years to achieve what I needed with a document recently. And this is in professional work!
When selecting 'repeat header row once per page' in InDesign, please have InDesign export so that only that first Header row text is <THead> and all the body text is in one single <TBody> tag!
It should not be that you have to manually artifact the duplicate Header row text and then move all body rows under the first body row page - especially for tables that span many pages.
Abhinav Agarwal (Sr. Product Manager, Adobe InDesign) This was noted as "in the works" in 2019 ... and is now in the backlog?? What is the status?
Had no idea I was not alone in this struggle ... come on Adobe ... this should be an easy one!
Sahel Sahelekaj commented
This is very, very hard
Please solve this problem
Annette Price commented
Another day, another missing InDesign feature that just makes me wanna 🤯
Knock-knock. Adobe, are you here?
Shivaram Allva commented
Deborah Ripley commented
Absolute joke! Such a simple upgrade. So annoying.
Wut S. commented
Please Adobe, make it happen!
PLEASE LET OUR PRAYERS BE ANSWERED
and can we drop the W in ANSWERED too? cake comes with icing
PLEASE OH PLEASE OH PLEASE
Robert Allen commented
Come on INDESIGN, word has been doing this since 1994............... BE LIKE WORD!!!! unreal that this was not an option in Indesign 2.0 ................ PLEASE FIX THIS!!!
Gavin Wren commented
Lord I'm waiting for this 🙏🏻 I use tables in InDesign all the time, built from tables that my client creates in Word and it is very upsetting to have to explain that it's not easy to split cells when flowing large amounts of text into a document. My client is like "but it's simple in Word" 😭