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 Dotan ,

Do some googling on a "Openoffice Viewcursor" on the forums you will find all the answers about X,Y position.
You can also place the table in a frame who has its own X,Y coordinates

Hope it helps

I have a particular document with a table which has a border around
the cells. One strategic cell border has been removed, to align with
the location of the fold when carefully folding a sheet of A4 paper. I
now must edit the top of this document and I fear that I will not be
able to line up the missing cell properly afterwards. I have no
printer here to perform experiments with.

Is there some way that I might measure the X, Y coordinates of the
critical table border so that I can ensure that the correct cell
border is removed after making changes to the table and to the top of
the page?

LibreOffice 3.5, Kubuntu Linux. Thank you.

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