Create a fp_border() object that uses defaut values defined in flextable defaults formatting properties, i.e. default border color (see set_flextable_defaults()).

fp_border_default(
  color = flextable_global$defaults$border.color,
  style = "solid",
  width = 1
)

Arguments

color

border color - single character value (e.g. "#000000" or "black")

style

border style - single character value : "none" or "solid" or "dotted" or "dashed"

width

border width - an integer value : 0>= value

See also

hline(), vline()

Other functions for defining formatting properties: fp_text_default()

Examples

library(flextable)

set_flextable_defaults(
  border.color = "orange")

z <- flextable(head(cars))
z <- theme_vanilla(z)
z <- vline(
  z, j = 1, part = "all",
  border = officer::fp_border())
z <- vline(
  z, j = 2, part = "all",
  border = fp_border_default())
z
#> a flextable object.
#> col_keys: `speed`, `dist` 
#> header has 1 row(s) 
#> body has 6 row(s) 
#> original dataset sample: 
#>   speed dist
#> 1     4    2
#> 2     4   10
#> 3     7    4
#> 4     7   22
#> 5     8   16

init_flextable_defaults()