As long as the cell is not in a state of being completely overset, you can get the page by looking at the parent of the first parent text frame of the first insertion point of the cell.
May be I don't understand you, may be my question is not correct. But you said about another problem.
I have a table wich already placed in 20-30 text frames. And I need to know on wich page Cell (for example Row= 234 Col=3) is placede. Or I need to know X and Y of this cell on page where it placed.
and some else. There are a lot of picutres on pages (they are placed at the top or at the bottom) thats why we can't just calculate number of rows on pages. and calculating of number rows per page is too long.
Dave answered you already. This is what he means:
myPage = myCell.insertionPoints.parentTextFrames.parent;
This assumes that the text frame which holds the cell is not inside
anything else (like a group, table, etc.)
I just don't understand first time. Yes it is what I need.
Tnx, to all. It is clear now.