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Formatting Table outside border in powerpoint 2010 w/ VBA

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How can I programatically format the outside border of a table using VBA in microsoft powerpoint 2010?  

Like this (but that works):"

myTable.Shape.Line.Weight = 1
myTable.Line.ForeColor.RGB = RGB (X,x,x,)
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JSRWilson earned 2000 total points
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You can only change borders at the cell level. You would need to loop through all cells in the top row setting the top border and then similar for the left , right and bottom. I don't think there's an easier way.
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Hmmph,  ok :(
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