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In LaTeX, how can I make a table that takes up more than a single page?

I have a big table which one page is not enough for. I would suppose that since LaTeX is WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean), it should automatically divide the table into two parts in two pages, but that's not happening! Now:

  1. Why doesn't it automatically do that?
  2. Is there any way (probably a package) to automatically divide a table into two parts of it can't fit in a page?
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marked as duplicate by lockstep, Martin Scharrer, Caramdir, Hendrik Vogt, Rafid Feb 18 '11 at 9:35

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This is very likely a duplicate of this question, so I'm voting to close. – lockstep Feb 17 '11 at 20:50
Thanks for the note! I am voting to close it also :-) – Rafid Feb 18 '11 at 9:35
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Use a package like longtable. And idd, this has been asked here before.

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