You make a beautiful table, but when printed, it's split between two pages, and it confuses your readeres. There's no elegance, but here's a hack
- Highlight the bottom row of your table (bottom of the page)
- Click the tiny gray arrow at the far right of the row
- Hover and choose "select bottom border"
- Then on the toolbar, choose border dash, and select the style you want. I like the third of three.
- You will now see a signal to your reader that the table continues on the next printed page
- In addition, for further clarity, always give your top row of any table a background color. That way, when they don't see the background color, this is another clue that they're looking at a continuation of a table.