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Juni 2016 um 10:34</span></font></div>    </div></div>
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__pbrmquotes="true" class="__pbConvBody"><div dir="ltr">Dear list,<div><br></div><div>does
 context split table cells like Word (sorry for that ;-)) would do? <br>(Please
 see the attached pdf examples). The table_test was generated <br>with </div><div><br></div><div><p
 style="margin:0px">\starttext</p>
<p style="margin:0px"><br></p>
<p style="margin:0px">\bTABLE[split=yes]</p>
<p style="margin:0px">\setupTABLE[frame=off]</p>
<p style="margin:0px">\setupTABLE[column][1][width=3.5cm]</p>
<p style="margin:0px">\setupTABLE[column][2][width=11cm]</p>
<p style="margin:0px">\dorecurse{3}{\bTR \bTD xxx \eTD \bTD \input knuth
 \eTD \eTR}</p>
<p style="margin:0px">\eTABLE</p>
<p style="margin:0px"><br></p>
<p style="margin:0px">\stoptext</p></div></div></div>
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The tabulate environment can split cells at a page break.<br>
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\starttext<br>
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\starttabulate[|w(3.5cm)|p|]<br>
\dorecurse{4}{\NC xxx \NC \input knuth \NC\NR}<br>
\stoptabulate<br>
<br>
\stoptext<br>
<br>
Wolfgang<br>
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