You can simply copy and paste (or cut and paste) the contents of the table after the page break into the first...
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- Select all the rows in the second table and copy them.
- Go to the bottom of the first table.
- Make a new blank row. (Click in the bottom row and choose Table > Insert > Rows, or click the Insert Row icon.) filename.
- Click in the first cell of the new blank row.
- Just paste.
- Delete the second row.
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