Urgent : Comment mettre une table de matière sur plusieurs pages INDESIGN

Nov 25, 2020

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Bonjour à tous, 

J'ai une longue table de matière qui prend environ 3 page. Je ne sais pas comment je pourrait la mettre sur 3 pages distinctes dans Indesign. 

Quelqu'un pourrait m'expliquer, s'il vous plaît ? 

Je vous remercie beaucoup par avance. 

Cordialement,

 

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Correct answer by Bill Silbert | Adobe Community Professional

You would insert the table into a text frame that has been threaded into the text frames that are on the other pages. If you've put your table into a primary text frame and smart text reflow is turned on (through InDesign's preferences) then new pages with the correctly sized text frame will be added to accommodate the table's overflow. If you've created headers and/or footers for the table then they will appear on the subsequent pages at the top and bottom of the table showing on those pages. For more detailed instructions about creating tables see https://helpx.adobe.com/ie/indesign/using/creating-tables.html.

There are also a number of good videos showing the process on You Tube.

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Urgent : Comment mettre une table de matière sur plusieurs pages INDESIGN

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Bonjour à tous, 

J'ai une longue table de matière qui prend environ 3 page. Je ne sais pas comment je pourrait la mettre sur 3 pages distinctes dans Indesign. 

Quelqu'un pourrait m'expliquer, s'il vous plaît ? 

Je vous remercie beaucoup par avance. 

Cordialement,

 

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Bill Silbert | Adobe Community Professional

You would insert the table into a text frame that has been threaded into the text frames that are on the other pages. If you've put your table into a primary text frame and smart text reflow is turned on (through InDesign's preferences) then new pages with the correctly sized text frame will be added to accommodate the table's overflow. If you've created headers and/or footers for the table then they will appear on the subsequent pages at the top and bottom of the table showing on those pages. For more detailed instructions about creating tables see https://helpx.adobe.com/ie/indesign/using/creating-tables.html.

There are also a number of good videos showing the process on You Tube.

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I moved your post over from the "Using the Community" forum, which is for getting help using this forum system, to a better forum.


I hope this helps. Best of luck to you.

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You would insert the table into a text frame that has been threaded into the text frames that are on the other pages. If you've put your table into a primary text frame and smart text reflow is turned on (through InDesign's preferences) then new pages with the correctly sized text frame will be added to accommodate the table's overflow. If you've created headers and/or footers for the table then they will appear on the subsequent pages at the top and bottom of the table showing on those pages. For more detailed instructions about creating tables see https://helpx.adobe.com/ie/indesign/using/creating-tables.html.

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