It is a complicated business, which is why I will be sticking with NetObjects Fusion for any serious design changes.
However, because my version of NOF is so old, there are some things it cannot do (or at least, that I don't know how to make it do).
Next on my wish list is to work out how to modify HTML tables. My pages typically have a code like <TD WIDTH=613> and the section ends with </TD> which I assume fixes the text within the table frame to a width of 613 pixels, whatever the size of the user's browser window. I already discovered that by deleting these codes that the text is then allowed to resize to fit the width of the window.
My question is, "How best do I accomplish this in Star Office?" I can view the source and delete the TD codes, just as I used to do in Notepad, but is there a better way? On the SO toolbar are three table bars: Table: Fixed; Table: Fixed, proportional; and Table: Variable. I can also manually adjust the width of the text frame, but how can I make it variable width?