James wrote at 2014-01-28 16:58:20
I also had the same problem. None of the suggestions here worked for me, however after going through the Word options in Word 2007, still nothing, so searched on Table Properties when the problematic Table selected and unchecked :
from the Table positioning dialogue box.
This worked and I could now move the table anywhere without any 'jumping' or overlapping.
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I have worked professionally on MS Word since 1992 when v2.0 was launched. For one employer, I created several macros to address the issues of translating a document from a Sun-based desktop publisher to Word and then from Word to ASCII (a VERY specific application). I have created mail merge letters and labels, fliers and brochures, concert programs, investment company documents, large running tables, along with the more ordinary word processing documents.
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