A section with multiple columns is added to the document.

You may prefer to use body_end_block_section() that is more flexible.

body_end_section_columns(x, widths = c(2.5, 2.5), space = 0.25, sep = FALSE)

Arguments

x

an rdocx object

widths

columns widths in inches. If 3 values, 3 columns will be produced.

space

space in inches between columns.

sep

if TRUE a line is separating columns.

Examples

str1 <- "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit."
str1 <- rep(str1, 5)
str1 <- paste(str1, collapse = " ")

doc_1 <- read_docx()
doc_1 <- body_add_par(doc_1, value = str1, style = "Normal")
doc_1 <- body_add_par(doc_1, value = str1, style = "Normal")
doc_1 <- body_end_section_columns(doc_1)
doc_1 <- body_add_par(doc_1, value = str1, style = "Normal")
print(doc_1, target = tempfile(fileext = ".docx"))