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How do I make style changes without using the Macros CSS solutions

I am using confluence wiki to add documentation on an application and really need to use indented paragraphs as would be available in word :

e.g.  Value <tab> Indented explanation

so for example 


A1   This is Option A1

A2   This is Option A2 that
        Indents onto 2 lines if necessary  

I dont see how you can do this easily and so am resorting to tables. The issue is they ALWAYS have borders and I cant see an option to  remove those border s. people have suggested using Macros, but I am

a - unsure how to do this 

b - Not sure if I am allowed to do this (As I am not an administrator)


I have been able to use <SPAN Style="...."> </SPAN> to change paragraph content to exactly what I want by editing the source - but this seems to have no impact upon the table. When I try to position it around the TBODY I just get messages about missing </span>.


Can anyone help me please?


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At a Page level the following works; but not for an individual table in a page.


* Bring up the page that you wish to change tables.

* Click the EDIT Button

* Click the <> button to open in Source editor.

* at the very top of this window, enter the following :


<ac:structured-macro ac:macro-id="34a4d729-d06d-400b-b9e8-6edfb01bd861" ac:name="style" ac:schema-version="1">
<ac:plain-text-body><![CDATA[@media all {
.wiki-content .confluenceTh,.wiki-content .confluenceTd {
border: none;


That should then remove borders from ALL tables in the page.

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