What has changed is that tables are now CSS driven. The easiest way to create the CSS tables is to go to Tables and click Insert so that you are offered the predefined tables. Pick whatever is nearest to what you want.
Then go to the Style Pod, select Tables and edit the table to get what you want.
You can then apply that to your existing tables or leave them as is. I recommend updating as it will be easier in the future. When you apply the new style by right clicking in a table, make sure you select the Clean inline styles option.
Make sure you have a backup until you are happy with the process and the outcome.
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Ah! Thank you, Peter. I will check that out. I thought there may have been something that was changed with such a big jump in releases for me. Everything seems to be compiling fine so it's just a matter of rebuilding in the .css. Thanks!
Hoping you can help me. I'm back to this table style stuff now that my release is complete. I've been looking through your RH Tour and still have a question. Can you copy table styles from one project to another? It used to be that you just had to copy them into the RH gallery from the main installation folder, but I'm not seeing them now that you create them this way.
I maintain a huge online system (78 different projects with one master project linking them), so if I can just copy my newly created table style, it would be a huge advantage.
Can you point me in the right direction?