r_daneel

Is it possible to keep double-lined cell borders when saving to html I'm a little perplexed as to why they're converted to single lines when the "border-style: double;" property is supported in CSS1 and IE/Netscape/Opera 4+.

I have a number of specially formatted tables (containing financial information) that need the double underlines preserved and I can find no easy way do this. Does anyone have any experience or ideas

ps. I am working with VSTO and word 2007.


Re: Visual Studio Tools for Office preserving double-line cell borders when saving as html?

Cindy Meister

I'm sorry, but this question is totally off-topic, here. Please use the resources in the "Please Read First" message at the top of the forum. Someone in one of the general Word newsgroups may have an idea about how Word exports to HTML.




Re: Visual Studio Tools for Office preserving double-line cell borders when saving as html?

Cindy Meister

While looking for something else, I came across this article. I think it answers your question...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/273955/en-us