Frontpage won't let  me manipulate 2nd and 3rd color settings for table border properties

Posted on 2007-07-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-24
I open a new page in Frontpage. I insert a table. I right-click and choose properties for that table. Toward the middle of the dialog is hte ability to tweak the colors of the borders for that table. I can tweak the first setting, but not the second nor third - they're greyed out?
Why is this?
Question by:mythology8
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    Accepted Solution

    These two colors, bordercolorlight and bordercolordark, can be interpreted (and seen by user) only in Internet Explorer. And your FrontPage is set so, that you can use only properties which can be interpreted in every browser.

    If you want to try these properties, go to Tools > Page Options > Authoring Tab, and then choose Microsoft Internet Explorer from the Browsers list.

    Author Comment

    sometimes it is what's right in front  of you taht you can't see
    Thank You!

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