Huxtables can be converted to
flextable::flextable() objects, for use in Word and Powerpoint documents.
as_flextable(x, ...) ## S3 method for class 'huxtable' as_flextable(x, colnames_to_header = FALSE, ...)
Use huxtable column names as the header. If
With recent versions of "flextable" and Pandoc, huxtables can be automatically outputted
powerpoint_presentation documents. (Powerpoint
presentations require pandoc version >= 2.4.0.)
Properties are supported, with the following exceptions:
Rotation of 0, 90 or 270 is supported.
Non-numeric widths and heights are not supported. Table heights are treated
as a proportion of 9 inches; table widths are treated as a proportion of 6
inches. So e.g.
height(ht) <- 0.5 will give a height of 4.5 inches.
Table wrap and table position are not supported.
Border style "double" is not supported and becomes "solid".
Captions are supported with recent versions of flextable, but not
an object of class flextable.
Try to say
as_flextable.huxtable ten times without pausing.
ht <- hux(a = 1:3, b = 1:3) ft <- as_flextable(ht) ## Not run: my_doc <- officer::read_docx() my_doc <- flextable::body_add_flextable( my_doc, ft) print(my_doc, target = "path/to/my_doc.docx") ## End(Not run)
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