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    Table Style issue

    I created 'Table 1' style to standardize the table formats in a research paper with the shading, row and cell formatting, and borders as required

    However, the Total Row border doesn't seem to get applied when I apply Table 1 to a new table

    It seems like it's there, but just doesn't show.

    Am I misunderstanding 'Total Row' (I took it to mean the last one)

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    You have to format the borders for the whole table and the table header separately - see attached
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    Got it

    I was using 'Total Row' and adding bottom border

    I used 'Whole Table' and added Top and Bottom borders, and then 'Header Row'

    'Header Row' just Bottom border clears the topmost border set with 'Whole Table' so I had to add it back again as 'Header Row' top (= same as table top) border

    Seems like there's some inherent order dependencies I didn't get

    Thanks
    Last edited by Paul_Hossler; 12-30-2019 at 08:45 AM.
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