sugar function to save flextable objects in an PowerPoint file.

This feature is available to simplify the work of users by avoiding the need to use the 'officer' package. If it doesn't suit your needs, then use the API offered by 'officer' which allows simple and complicated things.

save_as_pptx(..., values = NULL, path)

Arguments

...

flextable objects, objects, possibly named. If named objects, names are used as slide titles.

values

a list (possibly named), each element is a flextable object. If named objects, names are used as slide titles. If provided, argument ... will be ignored.

path

PowerPoint file to be created

Note

The PowerPoint format ignores captions (see set_caption()).

Examples

ft1 <- flextable(head(iris))
tf <- tempfile(fileext = ".pptx")
save_as_pptx(ft1, path = tf)

ft2 <- flextable(head(mtcars))
tf <- tempfile(fileext = ".pptx")
save_as_pptx(`iris table` = ft1, `mtcars table` = ft2, path = tf)