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Select all the cells but not the whole table. Put the cursor inside the top left cell A1 and drag down to the bottom right cell but do not go outside that cell.
Then go the table border icon and select all borders or go to Borders and Shading.
That works when you are in a table in a topic, but not when I'm in the .css trying to change the style. I created a table style, but when I select All Borders, it doesn't put black lines on all the cell borders - just vertically or horizontally, but not both.
What version of RH are you using?
Please post the style definition.
I am using RH 8. The table style is one I created myself in the CSS. I get the borders just fine for the header row, but the table rows are the problem.
I call it BasicTable. Its properties in the .css are:
Apply formatting to: Whole Table
Font Arial. 10 pt.
Border: solid. 1 px. All Borders.
This process is not intuitive.
Try this to understand how it works.
With Apply formatting to: Whole Table, change the border colour to red.
You will see just the border for the Whole Table change, that is the outer border.
Without exiting the editor, change "Apply formatting to" even rows. Note the colour picker will change and so will the border size in the Border controls. Change that to what you red and 1px as well, now do that for for odd rows.
I think by now you will be getting the hang of it.
Post back if still in trouble.
I tried that before and it didn't seem to work. I tried it again just now, being sure to click Apply, and it worked.
Thanks very much for helping me with this.