Not sure if this is the right Stack Exchange forum for this but I'm using Word (Desktop version from Office 365 subscription) and I have a defined table style that I am using to format all the tables in my document. I know that I can use the "Repeat Header Rows" option on the ribbon to apply the "Header Row" styling to multiple rows rather than just the top row of the table i.e.
However I now have multiple "Total Rows". Is there a way to apply the styling to these rows in the same way through a hidden "Repeat Total Rows" option I don't know about? i.e.
Of course I can manually change the borders but then if I change the table style, I will have to do then again and I have quite a lot of tables.