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Tables work just like ordinary text in most ways. If the height of the table won't all fit, the remaining rows are overset and you need to add another frame and thread them. That happens automatically when you place text using auto-flow or if you have Smart Text Reflow active. ID will not, however, split a table mid-row, only at cell boundaries. Table witdths, however, do not respect frame boundaries, so a table wider than the frame in which it is included will run right on out of the frame, and even off the edge of a page.
Thanks. But for some reason when I add rows to the table I get the little red "+" sign at the bottom of it and nothing happens on the next page. Is there anything I need to do on the next page or on the table itself? (see screenshot below)
If the frames are not threaded to each other, nothing will happen.
Click on the red plus, the cursor gets "loaded" and you can create a threaded frame on the next page and your table will flow into it.
Got it, thanks a lot!