Add an fpar (a formatted paragraph) into an rdocx object.

body_add_fpar(x, value, style = NULL, pos = "after")

Arguments

x

a docx device

value

a character

style

paragraph style. If NULL, paragraph settings from fpar will be used. If not NULL, it must be a paragraph style name (located in the template provided as read_docx(path = ...)); in that case, paragraph settings from fpar will be ignored.

pos

where to add the new element relative to the cursor, one of "after", "before", "on".

Examples

bold_face <- shortcuts$fp_bold(font.size = 30)
bold_redface <- update(bold_face, color = "red")
fpar_ <- fpar(ftext("Hello ", prop = bold_face),
              ftext("World", prop = bold_redface ),
              ftext(", how are you?", prop = bold_face ) )
doc <- read_docx()
doc <- body_add_fpar(doc, fpar_)

print(doc, target = tempfile(fileext = ".docx"))

# a way of using fpar to center an image in a Word doc ----
rlogo <- file.path( R.home("doc"), "html", "logo.jpg" )
img_in_par <- fpar(
  external_img(src = rlogo, height = 1.06/2, width = 1.39/2),
  hyperlink_ftext(
    href = "https://cran.r-project.org/index.html",
    text = "cran", prop = bold_redface),
  fp_p = fp_par(text.align = "center") )

doc <- read_docx()
doc <- body_add_fpar(doc, img_in_par)
print(doc, target = tempfile(fileext = ".docx") )