Typically, you would achieve page protection within a Smart Form by setting the page protect flag in the output options tab of a text node or in a folder containing several text nodes. You also can set this property within a paragraph format. Depending on your current release, the page protect flag option may be unavailable (grayed out) when inside a table. If this is the case, you will notice that within a table there is also a 'No page break' flag. This flag only seems to work within an individual cell, but you might still be able to use it. Try the following: Put the second line into the same cell/node as the line above it and set the 'No page break' flag on the line type associated with this combined double-high cell. If the two existing lines are of different lengths additional tweaking may be involved (e.g. combining two adjacent cells plus the one below into a single cell). See also Note 382366 in the SAP Service Marketplace (http://service.sap.com).
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