There is no way to make it automatic. The Border settings are assumed to be around the entire table (which in your cases is 5 pages deep).
You may be able to create a cell style and modify only the bottom stroke to make it match the border appearance. Then apply it to the bottom cells of each page.
Thank you. That's what I have been doing. I thought it's good to check here thinking I might not be aware of an option (for border in each page) and unfortunately there isn't.
I don't do a lot of work with tables, but I'd try making a "footer row" of blank cells and set the height and fill to match the border.
But I also wonder if you really want the heavy border, and maybe just adding strokes to the bottom of each cell in the cell styles would provide the ending you want.
Hi Peter & Obi
That helped. I did create a footer row and made it to minimum height and filled the same color border (1.058). Of course, the bottom line appears thicker than the border but it looks nicer.
Thank you all (Peter, Obi & Steve) for help.
I guess a misunderstanding: In my sample, the red stroke has the same thickness everywhere!
I know it's a delayed reply, however. I think I didn't understand how you managed to get same thickness around the table? Is it the same procedures as suggested by Peter? Please advise. Thank you