1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 30, 2016 2:39 AM by vladan saveljic

    InDesign Table; 1 row per page;

    Millsie777

      I am using a newer version of InDesign, I have created a table, with several rows. The first page that I have, has several rows, however, after the first page, I have started having issues.

      When I press tab to make a new row, I get the little red plus sign down the bottom. I then put that little red plus on the top of the next blank page. I only get to write in one row, and then when I press tab, it comes up with the little red plus sign. Each row is approximately 4 lines, at 11pt font, so I am a little confused as to why InDesign wont allow me to do multiple rows on a single page.

      Any help would be greatly appreciated, as this is starting to drive me insane. Thanks