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I have my last section which consists only of {tabular}, it is longer than 1 page, so I need to split it to 2 pages.

So I have done something like that, hoping it displays the first {tabular} on the page before the last page, and the second {tabular} on the last page of my document:


But it still tries to display everything in 1 page, thus the lines go beyond the bottom border, and some lines in the end could not be displayed.

Could anyone tell me how to amend that?

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Try to use longtable or supertabular instead. Both allow tables to break over pages. See the answers to In LaTeX, how can I make a table that takes up more than a single page? which seems to be a duplicate. – Martin Scharrer May 23 '11 at 11:20
Beside trying longtable or supertabular: you can also try to add an empty line between the tabulars to get a paragraph break. If both tabulars are in one paragraph widow- and clubpenalty can get in the way. And activate \raggedbottom in this section. – Ulrike Fischer May 23 '11 at 11:24
Thank you all... – SoftTimur May 23 '11 at 12:36
also, the hacky way to deal with this if you are in a hurry is to just add \vfill\pagebreak between the two tabulars. – kgr May 23 '11 at 18:05
up vote 4 down vote accepted

Instead of tabular, which doesn't admit page breaks, you can use the longtable environment from the longtable package.

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thank you...... – SoftTimur May 23 '11 at 12:36

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