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How to designate TABLE's 1st row as a header row?

Hi. In a regular document, Is there a way to set the first row of a table as the table’s “header” which will appear at the ‘top’ of the table on each subsequent page?

Hi @PENchanter

Just use the Right sidebar, there will be a checkbox “Repeat as header row at the top of each page”.

Thank you! I had hidden the right pane. So I highlight the first row of my table, and I click that tickbox, but it does not do what it says. I went to Main → Print to check there, and same, does not appear on subsequent pages.

This is strange… :thinking:
I can’t reproduce the issue on version (deb).
Can I ask you to provide your document for testing the problem?

Here you go! :slight_smile: Thanks for trying to help me with this.
I could not find a way to upload it here, so hope you can retrieve it from here:

You note (deb), do you mean Debian Linux? I’m on Winblows with this project.

Hey @PENchanter

I have replicated the issue.
Could you please tell me how you added this table to the document editor? Specifically, which editor did you use?

a couple more screenshots

Hello @PENchanter
If you don’t mind, I will step to this thread. Thank you for provided data, we’re checking the situation. We will update this thread when we have something to share.

Dear @PENchanter
Thank you for provided data one more time. We have reproduced the issue and added a bug to internal tracksystem. We have started working on it.
I will update this thread when we have something to share.