Thank You for responding!
I guess implied in your response is that I'm creating a table - but in fact, I'm trying to manipulate the properties of an existing table that the user has added to a Rich Text field.
Ideally, it'd be a property I could just change - e.g. change from a "tabbed table" to a "display all rows at the same time" type table, but I've not found a way of changing that property.
Another option I'm working on is getting all the table content, and then creating a "new" normal table, but I suspect its going to be tricky - so far I can get the row headings:
If Not rtn1doc.FindFirstElement(RTELEM_TYPE_TABLE) Then
Messagebox "No tables in this document wibble,",, "No tables"
If rtn1doc.FindFirstElement(RTELEM_TYPE_TABLE) Then
'Still do nothing
Messagebox "We finally detected a table!,",, "Table detected"
'Dim rCell As Notes
Dim rtt As NotesRichTextTable
Set rtt = rtn1doc.GetElement
Dim labelString As String
labelString = ""
Forall label In rtt.RowLabels
If(label <> "") Then labelString = labelString & Chr(13) & " " & label
If labelString = "" Then labelString = "No labels"
Messagebox "Row labels = " & labelString,, "NotesRichTextTable"
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