fp_par

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Paragraph formatting properties

Create a fp_par object that describes paragraph formatting properties.

Usage
fp_par(
  text.align = "left",
  padding = 0,
  line_spacing = 1,
  border = fp_border(width = 0),
  padding.bottom,
  padding.top,
  padding.left,
  padding.right,
  border.bottom,
  border.left,
  border.top,
  border.right,
  shading.color = "transparent",
  keep_with_next = FALSE
)

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

# S3 method for fp_par update( object, text.align, padding, border, padding.bottom, padding.top, padding.left, padding.right, border.bottom, border.left, border.top, border.right, shading.color, ... )

Arguments
text.align

text alignment - a single character value, expected value is one of 'left', 'right', 'center', 'justify'.

padding

paragraph paddings - 0 or positive integer value. Argument padding overwrites arguments padding.bottom, padding.top, padding.left, padding.right.

line_spacing

line spacing, 1 is single line spacing, 2 is double line spacing.

border

shortcut for all borders.

padding.bottom, padding.top, padding.left, padding.right

paragraph paddings - 0 or positive integer value.

border.bottom, border.left, border.top, border.right

fp_border for borders. overwrite other border properties.

shading.color

shading color - a single character value specifying a valid color (e.g. "#000000" or "black").

keep_with_next

a scalar logical. Specifies that the paragraph (or at least part of it) should be rendered on the same page as the next paragraph when possible.

x, object

fp_par object

...

further arguments - not used

Value

a fp_par object

See Also

fpar

Other functions for defining formatting properties: fp_border(), fp_cell(), fp_text()

Aliases
  • fp_par
  • print.fp_par
  • update.fp_par
Examples
# NOT RUN {
fp_par(text.align = "center", padding = 5)
obj <- fp_par(text.align = "center", padding = 1)
update( obj, padding.bottom = 5 )
# }
Documentation reproduced from package officer, version 0.3.15, License: GPL-3

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