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add double border to table cell in PowerPoint 2007

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Hi! I'm trying to format a table cell with a double line border in PowerPoint 2007. I do not see a way to do this without using VBA. My ultimate goal is to provide a macro that recognizes a selected/highlighted cell within a table and adds a double border to it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Maybe something along these lines

Sub Border_Doubler()
Dim iRow As Integer
Dim iCol As Integer
Dim iBorder As Integer
Dim otbl As Table
On Error Resume Next
'Table Cells must be selected!
Set otbl = ActiveWindow.Selection.ShapeRange(1).Table
For iRow = 1 To otbl.Rows.Count
For iCol = 1 To otbl.Columns.Count
If otbl.Cell(iRow, iCol).Selected Then
For iBorder = 1 To 4
otbl.Cell(iRow, iCol).Borders(iBorder).Visible = msoTrue
With otbl.Cell(iRow, iCol).Borders(iBorder)
.Weight = 3
.ForeColor.RGB = vbBlack
.Style = msoLineThinThin
.Visible = True
End With
Next iBorder
End If
Next iCol
Next iRow
End Sub

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Thank you! Now I understand the iborder = 1 to 4 (or 1 to 6). Greatly appreciated!!!
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