ph_with_ul

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add unordered list to a pptx presentation

add an unordered list of text into an rpptx object. Each text is associated with a hierarchy level. This function will be deprecated in favor of ph_with in the next release.

Usage
ph_with_ul(x, type = "body", index = 1, str_list = character(0),
  level_list = integer(0), style = NULL, location = NULL)
Arguments
x

a pptx device

type

placeholder type (i.e. 'body', 'title')

index

placeholder index (integer). This is to be used when a placeholder type is not unique in the current slide, e.g. two placeholders with type 'body', the first one will be added with index 1 and the second one with index 2. It is recommanded to use argument location instead of type and index.

str_list

list of strings to be included in the object

level_list

list of levels for hierarchy structure

style

text style, a fp_text object list or a single fp_text objects. Use fp_text(font.size = 0, ...) to inherit from default sizes of the presentation.

location

a placeholder location object. This is a convenient argument that can replace usage of arguments type and index. See ph_location_type, ph_location, ph_location_label, ph_location_left, ph_location_right, ph_location_fullsize.

Aliases
  • ph_with_ul
Examples
# NOT RUN {
library(magrittr)
pptx <- read_pptx()
pptx <- add_slide(x = pptx, layout = "Title and Content", master = "Office Theme")
pptx <- ph_with_text(x = pptx, type = "title", str = "Example title")
pptx <- ph_with_ul(
  x = pptx, location = ph_location_type(type="body"),
  str_list = c("Level1", "Level2", "Level2", "Level3", "Level3", "Level1"),
  level_list = c(1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 1),
  style = fp_text(color = "red", font.size = 0) )
print(pptx, target = tempfile(fileext = ".pptx"))
# }
Documentation reproduced from package officer, version 0.3.5, License: GPL-3

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