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Table Borders

Tables should now use CSS styles to place borders around the table and around the cells.  Please use the directions below to add borders around your table and/or cells.

This example uses a 1 pixel, black, solid border.

 

If you want borders around each cell, you can:

  1. Put your cursor in any table cell
  2. Click “Cell Properties” in the toolbar (3rd button from the left in the bottom row)
  3. Click the “Advanced” tab
  4. Put the following code in the style box:  border:1px solid #000000;
  5. At the bottom of the form, select “Update All Cells in Table”
  6. Click “Update”

 

If you want a border around your entire table, you can:

  1. Put your cursor in any table cell
  2. Click “Insert/Edit Table” in the toolbar (1st button in the bottom row)
  3. Click the “Advanced” tab
  4. Put the following code in the style box:  border:1px solid #000000;
  5. Click “Update”
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