This should in principle be an easy question, but I could not figure out how to do it, so I hope to find help here. A disclaimer up front: I know that this is not a recommended thing to do, and pretty stupid and potentially ugly, but hey, let's see how it looks like. ;)
The problem is this:
At some point in my document, I start the appendix (think of any new section, for that matter). Then I use
\input to read in a table. This table is big enough to fill out an entire page. Since the section name "Appendix" and the table don't fit on one page, LateX gives me a whole empty page with "Appendix" on it, and on the following page the table.
Glancing at both pages, it looks though as if the title "Appendix" would easily fit onto the page with the table. I don't want to mess around with the table though since more (similar) tables are following (so the layout of the tables should remain the same, i.e. no messing with the margins). I am thus now looking for a way to merge both pages. Think of making one of the pages transparent and putting it on top of the other.
Given how powerful Latex is, I am sure this is possible, but I am not a very proficient user, so I would be happy about any help / hints that anyone of you might be able to provide me with. If both things would be environments, it would probably be easier, but since one of them is the name of the section ("Appendix"), I am not sure how to even start. Any help is appreciated!