Continuing Documents

Summary

The Continue functions allow you to continue Maps, Blocks, or tables onto multiple pages.

Cursor placement

Use one of the options below to place your cursor before continuing a single page in a document.

Note: When continuing all pages in a document, the cursor can be placed anywhere in the document.

If you want to continue a ...

Then place your cursor ...

Map

below the last Block on the page.

Block

either

  • in the paragraph in which you want to continue onto the next page, or 
  • after the third bulleted item in a bulleted list.

table

in the row that you want to continue.

Note: You cannot continue a table (even embedded tables) before the third row.

Procedure

Follow the steps in the table below to continue a Map, Table or Block.

If you want to ...

Then ...

continue a single page using the Advanced ribbon group

select Continue Page from the Continue drop-down menu.

continue a single page using a shortcut key combination

Press the key combination [Alt]+C,P
continue all pages in a document using the Advanced ribbon group

Select Continue All Pages from the Continue drop-down menu.

Result

The Continue functions insert

  • a continued line 
  • Continued on next page under the continued line 
  • a page break, and 
  • on the next page 
    • Map Title, Continued 
    • a Block line below the Map Title 
    • the Block label if you are continuing a Block or table, and 
    • Block text or table rows from the point where you placed your cursor.
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