ph_location_type

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location of a placeholder type

The function will use the type name of the placeholder (e.g. body, title), the layout name and few other criterias to find the corresponding location.

Usage
ph_location_type(type = "body", position_right = TRUE,
  position_top = TRUE, ...)
Arguments
type

placeholder type to look for in the slide layout, one of 'body', 'title', 'ctrTitle', 'subTitle', 'dt', 'ftr', 'sldNum'.

position_right

the parameter is used when a selection with above parameters does not provide a unique position (for example layout 'Two Content' contains two element of type 'body'). If TRUE, the element the most on the right side will be selected, otherwise the element the most on the left side will be selected.

position_top

same than position_right but applied to top versus bottom.

...

unused arguments

Details

The location of the bounding box associated to a placeholder within a presentation slide is specified with the left top coordinate, the width and the height. These are defined in inches:

left

left coordinate of the bounding box

top

top coordinate of the bounding box

width

width of the bounding box

height

height of the bounding box

In addition to these attributes, there is attribute ph_label associated with the shape (shapes, text boxes, images and other objects will be identified with that label in the Selection Pane of PowerPoint). This label can then be reused by other functions such as ph_add_fpar, or ph_add_text.

See Also

Other functions for placeholder location: ph_location_fullsize, ph_location_label, ph_location_left, ph_location_right, ph_location

Aliases
  • ph_location_type
Examples
# NOT RUN {
library(magrittr)
read_pptx() %>%
  add_slide(layout = "Title and Content", master = "Office Theme") %>%
  ph_with("Hello world", location = ph_location_type(type = "body") ) %>%
  print(target = tempfile(fileext = ".pptx") )
# }
Documentation reproduced from package officer, version 0.3.5, License: GPL-3

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