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Create Microsoft Word document object representation

Create a docx object

Usage
docx(title = "untitled", template, empty_template = FALSE,
  list.definition = getOption("ReporteRs-list-definition"))

# S3 method for docx dim(x)

# S3 method for docx print(x, ...)

Arguments
title

"character" value: title of the document (in the doc properties).

template

"character" value, it represents the filename of the docx file used as a template.

empty_template

wether the content of the template should be clear or not.

list.definition

a list definition to specify how ordered and unordered lists have to be formated. See list.settings. Default to getOption("ReporteRs-list-definition").

x

a docx objet

...

unused

Details

Several methods can used to send R output into an object of class docx.

R outputs (tables, plots, paragraphs and images) can be inserted (and not added at the end) in a document if a bookmark exists in the template file.

Once object has content, user can write the docx into a ".docx" file, see writeDoc.

dim returns page width and height and page margins of a docx object.

print print informations about an object of class docx.

Value

an object of class docx.

Note

Word 2007-2013 (*.docx) file formats are the only supported files. Document are manipulated in-memory ; a docx's document is not written to the disk unless the writeDoc method has been called on the object.

References

Wikipedia: Office Open XMLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Office_Open_XML

See Also

pptx

Aliases
  • docx
  • dim.docx
  • print.docx
Examples
# NOT RUN {
# set default font size to 10
options( "ReporteRs-fontsize" = 10 )

# Create a new document
doc <- docx( title = "title" )

# display available styles
styles( doc )

# add title
doc <- addParagraph( doc, "Document title", stylename = "TitleDoc" )

# add a paragraph
doc <- addParagraph( doc , "This document is generated with ReporteRs."
  , stylename="Citationintense")

# add page break
doc <- addPageBreak( doc )

# add a title
doc <- addTitle( doc, "Table of contents", level =  1 )

################ TOC DEMO ################
# add a table of content
doc <- addTOC( doc )

# add page break and then tables of contents for produced plots and tables
doc <- addPageBreak( doc )
doc <- addTitle( doc, "List of graphics", level =  1 )
doc <- addTOC( doc, stylename = "rPlotLegend" )
doc <- addTitle( doc, "List of tables", level =  1 )
doc <- addTOC( doc, stylename = "rTableLegend" )

# add page break
doc <- addPageBreak( doc )

################ TEXT DEMO ################

# add a title
doc <- addTitle( doc, "Text demo", level =  1 )


sometext = c( "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit."
  , "In sit amet ipsum tellus. Vivamus dignissim arcu sit."
  , "Quisque dictum tristique ligula."
)
# add simple text with 'Normal' style
doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = sometext, stylename="Normal" )
# add simple text with 'BulletList' style
doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = sometext, stylename="BulletList" )

# Add "My tailor is rich" and "Cats and Dogs"
# format some of the pieces of text
pot1 = pot("My tailor", textProperties(color="red",
	shading.color = "#CCCCCC" ) ) + " is " + pot("rich",
		textProperties(font.weight="bold") )
pot2 = pot("Cats", textProperties(color="red" )) + " and " + pot("Dogs",
	textProperties(color="blue" ) )
doc <- addParagraph(doc, set_of_paragraphs( pot1, pot2 ),
	stylename = "Normal" )

doc <- addParagraph(doc, "Silentium tractibus per minimis ne excita
ut temptentur generalibus quam primordiis per clades post delictis
iuge exitium silentium per et.",
  par.properties = parProperties( padding.left = 25,
    padding.right = 25) )


doc <- addParagraph(doc,
  pot("Gallus necem refert singula modum quae est quae quorum leo.",
	format = textItalic( ) ),
  par.properties = parProperties(list.style = "blockquote") )


ordered.list.level1 = parProperties(list.style = "ordered", level = 1 )
ordered.list.level2 = parProperties(list.style = "ordered", level = 2 )

doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = sometext,
	par.properties = ordered.list.level1 )
doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = sometext,
	par.properties = ordered.list.level2 )

################ PLOT DEMO ################
# load ggplot2
if( requireNamespace("ggplot2", quietly = TRUE) ){
  doc <- addTitle( doc, "Plot example", level = 1 )

  # create a ggplot2 plot
  myplot = ggplot2::qplot(Sepal.Length, Petal.Length, data = iris
    , color = Species, size = Petal.Width, alpha = I(0.7) )

  # Add myplot into object doc
  doc <- addPlot( doc = doc, fun = print, x = myplot )

  # Add a legend below the plot
  doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = "my first plot",
	stylename = "rPlotLegend")
}

################ FLEXTABLE DEMO ################

doc <- addTitle( doc, "FlexTable example", level = 1 )

# Create a FlexTable with data.frame mtcars, display rownames
# use different formatting properties for header and body
MyFTable <- FlexTable( data = mtcars, add.rownames = TRUE,
	header.cell.props = cellProperties( background.color = "#00557F" ),
	header.text.props = textProperties( color = "white",
		font.size = 11, font.weight = "bold" ),
	body.text.props = textProperties( font.size = 10 )
)
# zebra stripes - alternate colored backgrounds on table rows
MyFTable <- setZebraStyle( MyFTable, odd = "#E1EEf4", even = "white" )

# applies a border grid on table
MyFTable <- setFlexTableBorders(MyFTable,
	inner.vertical = borderProperties( color="#0070A8", style="solid" ),
	inner.horizontal = borderNone(),
	outer.vertical = borderProperties( color = "#006699",
		style = "solid", width = 2 ),
	outer.horizontal = borderProperties( color = "#006699",
		style = "solid", width = 2 )
)


# add MyFTable into document
doc <- addFlexTable( doc, MyFTable )
doc <- addParagraph( doc, value = "my first table",
	stylename = "rTableLegend")

# write the doc
writeDoc( doc, file = "document_example.docx")
# }
# NOT RUN {
# get docx page dimensions ------
doc = docx( title = "title" )
dim( doc )
# }
Documentation reproduced from package ReporteRs, version 0.8.10, License: GPL-3

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