word_document

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Convert to an MS Word document

Format for converting from R Markdown to an MS Word document.

Usage
word_document(toc = FALSE, toc_depth = 3, fig_width = 5, fig_height = 4, fig_caption = TRUE, df_print = "default", highlight = "default", reference_docx = "default", keep_md = FALSE, md_extensions = NULL, pandoc_args = NULL)
Arguments
toc
TRUE to include a table of contents in the output
toc_depth
Depth of headers to include in table of contents
fig_width
Default width (in inches) for figures
fig_height
Default width (in inches) for figures
fig_caption
TRUE to render figures with captions
df_print
Method to be used for printing data frames. Valid values include "default", "kable", "tibble", and "paged". The "default" method uses print.data.frame. The "kable" method uses the knitr::kable function. The "tibble" method uses the tibble package to print a summary of the data frame. The "paged" method creates a paginated HTML table (note that this method is only valid for formats that produce HTML). In addition to the named methods you can also pass an arbitrary function to be used for printing data frames. You can disable the df_print behavior entirely by setting the option rmarkdown.df_print to FALSE.
highlight
Syntax highlighting style. Supported styles include "default", "tango", "pygments", "kate", "monochrome", "espresso", "zenburn", and "haddock". Pass NULL to prevent syntax highlighting.
reference_docx
Use the specified file as a style reference in producing a docx file. For best results, the reference docx should be a modified version of a docx file produced using pandoc. Pass "default" to use the rmarkdown default styles.
keep_md
Keep the markdown file generated by knitting.
md_extensions
Markdown extensions to be added or removed from the default definition or R Markdown. See the rmarkdown_format for additional details.
pandoc_args
Additional command line options to pass to pandoc
Details

See the online documentation for additional details on using the word_document format.

R Markdown documents can have optional metadata that is used to generate a document header that includes the title, author, and date. For more details see the documentation on R Markdown metadata.

R Markdown documents also support citations. You can find more information on the markdown syntax for citations in the Bibliographies and Citations article in the online documentation.

Value

R Markdown output format to pass to render

Aliases
  • word_document
Examples
## Not run: 
# 
# library(rmarkdown)
# 
# # simple invocation
# render("input.Rmd", word_document())
# 
# # specify an option for syntax highlighting
# render("input.Rmd", word_document(highlight = "zenburn"))
# ## End(Not run)

Documentation reproduced from package rmarkdown, version 1.2, License: GPL-3

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