2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 28, 2013 11:05 AM by Arthur Cadeaux

    Overcoming 50 pica height limitation in tables

    Arthur Cadeaux

      I'm laying out a table in InDesign that has a series of very long vertical columns. Every time I try to extend the length of the columns, I get a message saying that the height measurement must be no more than 50 picas. Is there a workaround or command override that would allow me to increase the vertical length of the columns?


      Yes, I could simply create another row (and will do so if there's no other choice), but then I'd have to make sure there was no discrepancy in leading between the last text entry in the top row, and the first entry in the second.


      I'm curious as to why there's a height limitation in the first place.


      Thanks for whatever help you can provide.