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Word: Header row won’t repeat

March 26, 2010

A client sent me a Word document to fix. One of the problems they were having was that the header row on a table would NOT repeat, no matter how many times they turned on or off the setting.

The first thing I noticed was that when I tried to select the header, the preceding paragraph marker was also selected. That was strange, but it was a clue that lead me to the solution.

Paragraph marker is also selected when Header Row is selected

The table had been set up with Text Wrapping turned on (Around). As soon as I changed it to None, I could select the header row independently of the preceding paragraph marker AND the header row repeated as it should.

Solved!

You can find the text wrapping option here (you need to select the table first or at least put your cursor inside the table before you can see these options):

  • Word 2003: Table > Table Properties > Table tab, Text Wrapping section, select None.
  • Word 2007/2010: Table Tools > Layout tab > Table group, Properties icon, Table tab, Text Wrapping section, select None.

Alternatively, right-click anywhere in the table, then select Table Properties.

Turn off text wrapping to let the Header Row repeat

I don’t know why text wrapping affects the header row repeat function, but it does. Seems strange to me — if you have a table that goes on to a new page, then surely repeating the header row should be totally independent of any text wrapping.

See also:

230 comments

  1. Hi Rhonda
    You may also find that the line before the table had “Keep with next” chosen in the paragraph formatting. Which is a good thing because it keeps the heading with the table, but needs to be turned off to fix the issue first. Often just clicking on the line before the table and changing to “Normal” style can help.
    cheers
    Natalie


  2. This was a wonderful tip! It had been frustrating me for ages!


  3. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!


  4. This tip saved my day!


  5. Ditto – you have just saved me a huge amount of wasted time & frustration! Thank you so much!


  6. Thank you!!!!!!!!!


  7. [...] But no matter what I did, it just wouldn’t repeat on the next and subsequent pages. I looked for a selected paragraph mark above it, but there was nothing [...]


  8. Mahalo! This saved me a great deal of frustration!


  9. Great – worked for me. Don’t know why this commonly seen problem since the very first versions of word hasn’t had better rigour introduced into Word 2010 so it works properly. I mean – if text wrapping stuffs up repeating header row, why not advise user of this problem when the user is selecting that option??

    Maybe the response is that famous tech line: “That’s not a bug – that’s the functionality!”


  10. This worked for me – very much appreciate the tip!


  11. Your “solution” works for the same situation in Word 2010!!


  12. Just had this problem the other day. This didn’t work for my problem but found something that did. Figured out that the second page of the table was wrapping into the page header. Tried everything to reconstruct that table to display outside of the header, with no luck.

    Figuring the problem must reside in the section properties, I (1) cut the section content, (2) deleted all surrounding section breaks, (3) re-inserted new section breaks and formatting, then pasted the content back into the new section. Voilà! Finally got it!


  13. I’ve also seen tables flow off the page into nothingness — they won’t flow on to the next page as they should. If you check the table properties for such a table, you’ll probably find that it has Text wrapping set to Around. By selecting None instead, the table will bounce back on to the page and flow correctly on to the next page.

    –Rhonda


  14. You saved my day,
    Thank you


  15. You rock!!!


  16. Thank you! Thank you!! Helped me!


  17. I can not thank you enough!!!!!!!!


  18. Thank you. Even though Text Wrapping “none” was selected I clicked on it again and presto!! – the header repeated.

    Karon


  19. I found that in Word 2010 the header won’t repeat when formatted to “multiple” line spacing (under Paragraph). Changed that to single, and the problem vanished.


  20. Thank you for that! Although I feel I know Word relatively well, it still gets me stumped every now and again!!


  21. really
    thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    i felt that if there is somebody who save your life and wana say for him THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU


  22. Fantastic! I went to three other sites for help on this problem, and none work until yours!


  23. Thanks a lot.


  24. Thanks, good tip.


  25. Thank you for the help. However this did not resolve my issue, so I’ll pass along what i did to resolve it.
    1- I selected the whole table (using the Alt+Num5)
    2- Press the Ctrl+x to cut the table
    3- Create a new document
    4- On the new document, press Ctrl+V to paste the table
    5- Verify that you can enable the Header Row as per this newsletter
    6- On the old document, open the “Outline View”
    7- Go to the last line on the document
    8- Go to your new document and copy the table (see step 2)
    9- Go to the old document, place the cursor in the last line and press Ctrl+V to paste the table
    10- You should now have the header row across multiple pages.


  26. thank you so much for this. it worked! i really appreciate you taking the time to share this piece of advice. thanks again.


  27. Thank you so much for this tip, it has been bothering me for years and I would never have figured this out on my own!


  28. Heading Rows Repeat for 2010????


  29. Hi Karen

    The steps should be the same as for Word 2007.

    –Rhonda


  30. Thank you!! Worked for me and stopped me fiddling around with my document any longer. :-)


  31. OMG — thank you! Saved my day!


  32. Thank you so so much. This was been driving me crazy the last day….


  33. Thank you, I spent hours to try to fix this. It is the same procedure with Word 2010. Merci beaucoup.


  34. There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)


  35. Thanks (g) your method worked for me! None of the others did.


  36. Thank you so much. This was incredibly helpful.


  37. This was extremely helpful. We struggled for a half hour, then I decided to google this query, and hey presto! it worked!


  38. Thanks man ayri fik


  39. GREAT TIP! This has been driving me nuts forever.


  40. Thank YOU!!!!!!!!! I have had trouble with this for such a long time! AWESOME!!!!


  41. we tried all of these things but it didn’t work :(
    my colleague has a table within a table though – so don’t know if this makes a difference. when I c&p teh table to a new document it was fine…


  42. The below method worked for me when none of the others would and it was so much easier too. Thanks to the person who posted this above!
    :)

    There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)


  43. Thank you! Thank you!! I had been fighting with this for quite some time. This was an easy fix. :)


  44. Thank you, this worked for me :-)


  45. Thank you so much for posting this…..I was getting very frustrated and this fixed it! :)


  46. Joining the many thank you messages.


  47. [...] Header row won’t repeat? Try this: http://cybertext.wordpress.com/2010/03/26/word-header-row-wont-repeat/ [...]


  48. You just saved me many hours of “dumb searching” & time; I will gladly buy you a cuppa java; have one on me too!


  49. thanks! I’ve been trying to fix this for 2 hours and now it works!


  50. Thank you for this! I have been struggling with this issue and never could figure it out!


  51. Relief – thank you! but why is so complicated in the first place?!


  52. Great tip!


  53. OMG. You’ve been a great help! Thanks~


  54. Thank you!


  55. Genius. Thank you so much


  56. Yup workerd perfectly!!!!!!


  57. Thank You so much, working on a requirements document and using a table lifted from another doc. This issue was driving me CRAZY!!!

    Dana J.
    York, SC


  58. Thanks – This was very helpful.


  59. Thanks for the Tip! It worked wonderfully


  60. Of course, Microsoft “help” was totally useless. I would have been here until midnight, banging my head against the wall – Thanks SO Much!!! You are my hero!!!!!


  61. Doesnt work for my table. wraparound is off. simply wont repeat.


  62. There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)

    by (g) September 8, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    ^^^THIS! None of the other solutions worked for me. Thanks!


  63. Worked so well I almost pooed.

    Thanks!


  64. Thank you! Your Post was very helpful and saved me alot of time to resolve!!


  65. I’m using MS Word 2003.

    Looks like using the ‘Table Properties’ setting on the right-click context menu won’t work. I had to check the ‘Heading Rows Repeat’ option on the table menu.

    The ‘Heading Rows Repeat’ option applies to the row you are on, so it is possible to check it for multiple rows and have them repeat.


  66. Hi Mat

    I also use Word 2003 (though not for much longer), and have no trouble right-clicking and getting Table Properties. You can also access it from the menu — Table > Table Properties.

    If you can’t get some of the right-click actions, either your installation of Word has been locked down in a corporate environment, or you may need to close and re-open Word to see if that ‘clears’ it.

    –Rhonda


  67. Thank you!!!! You saved me from pulling out the rest of my hair.


  68. You’ve solved a problem I’ve run into several times over the years – leaving a sad trail of headless tables on 2nd pages. Thank you!


  69. You rock! Thank you.


  70. I’ve been searching for nearly an hour and you’ve made me day!! Thank you!!!!


  71. Don’t you just love the internet. Thank you so much. I was trying to figure this out on my own, but no luck for hours.


  72. Thanks for this great help. I’ve wasted a heap of time trying to solve this nonsense. Even our IT dept were bamboozled. Not surprising that this crap happens in a f..cked program like Word. It is so illogical unlike Wordperfect, where you know exactly what it is doing by checking the codes. Unfortunately we all suffer now because nearly every organisation uses Word. As they say”garbage in garbage out”


  73. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  74. Great stuff. Saved me a lot of messing around :)


  75. Hallelujah! Thank you!


  76. You’re a star! Was trying to fix this for AGES!!


  77. I can’t believe it!!! I’ve been facing this issue forever! Thank you, thank you!


  78. thanks bro !


  79. Turning off text wrapping fixed my problem. This does not make sense and I never would have figured it out.


  80. THANK YOU!!! just what i was looking for :)


  81. Thank you! I have been struggling with this, and couldn’t find an answer on Microsoft. What a BIG help!


  82. Hallelujah! Worked like a charm–such an easy solution to a problem that was driving me mad! Thank you!


  83. Thank you soooo much for being so helpful and devoted to helping others save time xxx


  84. thanks a lot ………was trying since long but saved precious time.


  85. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


  86. This information excellent thank you so much.


  87. The previously mentioned tip from (G) was what worked for me too (and at least 4 others in this stream). Thank you!!!

    There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)

    by (g) September 8, 2011 at 4:07 pm


  88. Thanks a billion times!!1


  89. Thanks so much! I couldn’t figure it out on my own.


  90. OMG so helpful! This worked great!


  91. Add another satisfied customer to your tip blog!


  92. Great tip, it worked!


  93. OMG, THANK YOU!


  94. This tip works for me; many thanks


  95. Thanks – I’ve battled with this so many times – and would never have thought of changing this setting. I guess we should ask is this a bug or a feature? I’m inclined to think the former.


  96. Thank You!!! If my husband weren’t out of work, I’d have sent enough for a fancy latte, but I at least sent enough for a donut to go with your coffee… :)


  97. There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)

    by (g) September 8, 2011 at 4:07 pm

    What the poster said above!!!

    Thank you SO MUCH dude (or dudette).


  98. THANK YOU!!


  99. Solved my problem. Thanks for the insight!


  100. Solved it. Thanks!


  101. THANK YOU!!! I just spent about 45 minutes trying to work this out, and off all of the tips I found (thanks to google) this is the one that worked.


  102. Worked!


  103. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!


  104. Thank you!! This fixed the problem I’ve been frustrated with for days.


  105. Thank you!! Problem solved! This problem has caused me such a headache when trying to produce documents for work. All sorted now.


  106. Thank you………….. :)


  107. Thank you SO much! Have been going around in circles to make it work


  108. Bliss.


  109. Thank you very much – you are great!!


  110. Thank you so much!!!! I have always had this problem and have never been able to find a solution. Changed my life!


  111. Fantastic!! Thankyou….


  112. The advice below, posted by “g” on 9/28/2011 at 4:07pm, is the only solution that worked for me in Word 2007. THANK YOU G!!!!

    “There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.”


  113. Excellent! The only website that had nice simple instructions on how to solve this problem. Thank you!


  114. Thank you very much, this website help me so much


  115. Holy crap, I have been fighting this ALL day. Thank you


  116. Thank you!!! I spent one hour trying to figure this out. With your info, fixed in 10 seconds!


  117. “There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.
    Works (for me at least) when this solution doesn’t help (probably some other problem -large table c&p from other document with merged cells – c&p into wordpad and back as other solutions suggest ends up with total mess)”

    This is the only thing that worked for me. Thank you so very much!


  118. thank you. you solved my problem.


  119. Thank you for such a simple and effective explanation. This information was not available in Word help. Thanks so very, very much.


  120. To make your header repeat, put the cursor in the original header row (I used the left cell). Under the Table Tools/Layout tab click Repeat Header Rows. It worked for me.


  121. And that’s how it’s normally done, Glenn. But sometimes you can turn that option on but it won’t work not matter how many times you try. This blog post addresses the times when it doesn’t work.

    -_Rhonda


  122. Awesome! Awesome! Thanks for the tip!


  123. Thank you so much! I followed your instructions and it worked fine!
    Please accept my gratitute!


  124. Thank you! This worked for me!!


  125. Thank you so much, I just spent an hour trying to figure out why one minute I had the rows repeating and the next they weren’t. I have an important presentation to complete and was ready to throw my computer out the window! This fixed everything!


  126. thank you! worked for me too.. :)


  127. Hurrah! I was going crazy!


  128. Wow! First posted three years ago and it is still helping people. Thanks very much!


  129. Solved my frustration too, wish I came here before trying office.com!


  130. This totally worked! Thanks!


  131. Thanks so much from another user who spent hours trying to figure it out.


  132. I wanted to tell you how grateful I am for the time and effort you took to document this problem and the solution. I was getting very frustrated and looked online and found your solution. Thank you for being a ‘Good Samaritan’ and looking out for others in the same situation. With sincere gratitude.


  133. Very grateful – this has been a frustration to me for ages – wonderful to have the riddle solved.


  134. Awesome…many thanks! One down on the long list of frustrating Word idiosyncracies…


  135. you just saved me hours of fighting with Word! thanks so much!


  136. It worked! Finally, thank you!


  137. Fantastic, your a peach – be blessed!


  138. I have struggled for two days and I couldn figure out why some tables would behave as such in my work and not others. I did a some googling and at last u brought me right to the heart of my problem thanx a zillion u have saved a lot of my endless efforts


  139. Thank you, such a simple and quick fix!


  140. Works in Word 2010 too!!


  141. Thank you! Could not figure that one out!


  142. I can not believe it is still the case for Office 2010, in 2013.
    Thank you for the post, I had been struggling with this problem in one of my documents recently


  143. I, too, noticed the paragraph symbol being grabbed when I highlighted the row and figured that was the problem. A quick internet surf brought me to your answer. Thanks!!


  144. Brilliant!!! Thank you so much!


  145. Finally the solution. Thank-you


  146. Thank you SO much for figuring it out and sharing it with all of us. You fixed the problem for me!!


  147. this was so helpful! thanks :)


  148. OMG. Thank you. The text wrapping was the problem. I also had tried everything.


  149. Thank youuu!!


  150. Thanks Mate!!!!!!!!!!


  151. THANK YOU x infinity!!!!!!!!!


  152. I cannot believe how frustrating this has been for me – thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!


  153. THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!! You got my vote for Nobel Peace Prize.


  154. omg how weird, but you made my table header reappear! thanks :)


  155. This one resolved my problem:

    There’s one more (at least one) method worth checking: select whole table (by clicking on it’s handle in upper-left corner), then in table properties UNCHECK header row repeating. Back to table – select 1st row only and in table properties CHECK header row repeating.


  156. Thank you for this tip because I tried everything else and this worked.


  157. This was realy helpful. Thank you so much!!!!!


  158. Same for me – the text wrapping was the problem! Great solution to a problem that was driving me mad.


  159. Yeah.. it works!


  160. finally managed to resolve this…which happens a lot to me! Thank you very much ;-)


  161. What about word 2010 – there is no ‘table properties’ and although i’ve tried all these tips using equivalent icons, still no luck…any ideas?


  162. got it!!!!


  163. After trying all other suggestions to no avail you’re quick and easy fix was most welcome, thank you :)


  164. I, too, was having this problem, but have found the 100% foolproof method of accomplishing this task every time:

    1. LEFT click on table handle at top left of table.
    2. Under Table Tools tab on command bar, select Layout.
    3. Select Properties on drop down menu.
    4. Select Row in menu box.
    5. This step is the most critical: Note the box entitled “Repeat as Header…” It may be checked, shaded blue, or blank. It MUST be blank, so rotate through the check/uncheck process and leave it BLANK. In any case, rotate through the choices by mouse clicking until it is again blank and select OK.
    6. You are now returned to the table. Select the row or contiguous rows that you want to use as your page header row(s). Note that if you use multiple rows as a header, the selected rows must be contiguous.
    7. Select Properties from the drop down menu and now check the box “Repeat as Header…” and select OK.
    8. Done.


  165. Thank you so much! So helpful!!


  166. Thanks a lot. I was facing the problem of “row not repeating as header for a word table”. It was resolved by turnning off the text arapping to none for a word document


  167. oh my gosh – I was fighting with word for way too long trying to solve this problem. turning off text wrapping worked. THANK YOU.


  168. Roger, many thanks – the other fixes above didn’t work with my doc, but your process did – thanks so much :)


  169. Roger, thanks a lot. ur post still helping people like me. :D


  170. Yahoo! It did the trick. I was struggling invain to repeat the header on subsequent pages in a Word doc. When I started with a new table the header did appear on other pages. As soon as I added content only the header row stayed in the first page and all other rows jumped to the next page. Your tip worked like a miracle. This is a CLASSIC ADVICE.
    Thanks a lot.
    Vijjy – India


  171. Roger, i figured out this solution myself after playing with the table for almost 3 months on and off. I wish I had been diverted to your post when i faced the problem. This issue was driving me nuts :)


  172. Thanks for the tips and suggestions, there might be some hidden links with the table I was working with. so I used the cut and paste into another doc, fixed the issue and then repasted int old doc.


  173. Microsoft must have read this fix. I does no longer work, at least on my laptop. Good on you Microsoft, got us again back to frust!


  174. Hi John

    It still works for me in Word 2010 — in fact I used this trick just yesterday. What version of Word are you using? and is it on Windows or a Mac?

    –Rhonda


  175. Thank you so much!!!! Save me time!!


  176. Many web sites, many different solutions….

    The text wrapping solution worked for me, THANKYOU


  177. Wonderful!!!! Had been racking my brain on this one.. thanks!!!!!!!!!!!


  178. There are many websites stating different solutions…………….But this one is the best…………Thanks


  179. Thanks a lot… You saved my lot of time…. Word is several time frustating… which issue link to what, nobody knows….


  180. This was a HUGE HUGE help! Thank you so much!


  181. You save my day. Thank you!!!!


  182. Thank you so much.


  183. Thanks


  184. Thank you!!


  185. Thank you! It helped me a lot!!


  186. Perfect – fixed the problem after much frustration!


  187. Right on the money. Fixed the problem immediately.


  188. This is terrific. I wasted an hour on this. Thanks


  189. YESS! Thank you!!


  190. So many thank yous here for you and here is yet another. You are a life saver!!!


  191. Great job well done. Two technical authors and I were trying to resolve this issue without success, I then found this post. A new one on me.


  192. omg you are a genius!!! thank you so much!


  193. Brilliant! I consider myself good with Word, but I couldn’t figure this one out! Six stars on scale of five!! :-)


  194. Wow this worked for me too – you would think word would give a warning when you select “Repeat as header…” that it won’t repeat because…

    thank you very much!


  195. Another thankyou, like others I wasted time trying to fix this. It still goes wrong in word 2013.


  196. thank you so much , it saved my day


  197. Thank you! You saved me so much to get this fixed!


  198. you are awesome! saved my day…….


  199. Thank you!!!


  200. I couldn’t figure how to get the header row to repeat. Thank you for solution to the problem.


  201. Thank you so much for your help. I’ve been struggling with this for a long time.


  202. Thanks a lot – this helped me a lot. While I could have always recreated the table, this gives me a permanent solution to the problem :)


  203. Best tip. EVER.


  204. Oh my god, you have literally saved my life. My boss was going to kill me, chop me up and feed me to his dogs if I didn’t get this working. Thanks so much!!


  205. Years later,this tip has really come in handy i had been struggling with the thing for a few minutes.thank you very much.


  206. Thank you! This tip allowed me to rescue my husband (I shudder to think how long he struggled before asking for help…….)


  207. Thanks for this tip. This problem kept me from finishing the document that I was working on. Your a great help.


  208. Thank you so much from another infinitely frustrated Word user


  209. Thanks so much for posting this tip. It solved a frustrating problem for me.

    God Bless,
    In Jesus,

    Suresh


  210. Thanks so much, this solved my issue!


  211. Thank you very helpful


  212. Thankyou so much for making this post !! this tiny niggly thing had been driving me CRAZY for over an hour ! Bravo … you solved it. thanks again.


  213. Thank you!! That was driving me nuts! What an odd/simple solution!


  214. Thanks, a great tip, and it works well.


  215. Awesome!! Thanks for the help! This is great!


  216. This is one frustrating issue which MS is yet to fix. Thanks worked at last.


  217. BRILLIANT tip….thanks for this and thank you to the help tool which leads us to you…


  218. Made my day :) thnx a ton


  219. OMG why didn’t I search and find this tip an hour ago?! Thanks very much!


  220. Thank you! This was driving me crazy.


  221. Thank you so much! I have been trying to fix this document for a week! I followed so many complicated instructions, and this one only took one click, and actually worked!


  222. Thanks! it saved a hell lot of time. Thank you very much great tip.


  223. Thank you! So so helpful; I really appreciate the advice!


  224. Works v good, Thanks


  225. Thank you so much, works perfectly


  226. Wow! Thanks!


  227. OMG thank you. So frustrating.


  228. None of this works for me. I suspect it’s because I have some rows with merged cells and some without. When I click on the table handle, it selects only the first 2 rows, as though that was the whole table. Also, if I select more than the top 2 rows, I can’t see Table Properties any more. Word thinks this is multiple tables with no space between them for some reason.


  229. Hi Steve

    Yes, it sounds like there is more than one table, which appear to be merged but actually aren’t merged at all. You could try a few things:
    * Zoom in to about 250% to see if there’s a TINY paragraph between the tables
    * split the table at various points to see what happens, then remove the empty spare paragraph created when you split the table to see if you can get it back together as one table. You’ll know it’s one table when you can select the table ‘handle’ and the entire table is selected.

    Worst case: Re-create the table from scratch. Not always a good option, but sometimes it’s easier than trying to figure out what went wrong. There’s a ‘return on investment’ tipping point where it’s quicker and easier and less stressful to re-create than to continue to pursue dark alleyways in the hope of finding an answer.

    –Rhonda


  230. THANKS!!!!!



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