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Posted by admin  · 19-01-2018 - 15:01

Hello,

We recommend you to check the included samples in your package and the practical guide explains how to use both packages (classic and namespaces). For example on https://www.phpdocx.com/documentation/practical/working-with-templates you can read about how to use the included autoloader or you can integrate it with Composer (https://www.phpdocx.com/documentation/cookbook/integrate-phpdocx-with-composer).

For example, the included sample Core\addText\sample_3.php that use CreateDocx and WordFragment:

<?php

require_once '../../../Classes/Phpdocx/Create/CreateDocx.inc';

$docx = new Phpdocx\Create\CreateDocx();

//create a Word fragment with an image
$image = new Phpdocx\Elements\WordFragment($docx);
$imageOptions = array(
    'src' => '../../img/image.png',
    'scaling' => 50, 
    'float' => 'right',
    'textWrap' => 1 
    );
$image->addImage($imageOptions);

The library includes various folders because each folder is a PHP namespace (this is how PHP namespaces work). If you don't want to use PHP namespaces, you can download and use the classic package on MY PHPDOCX page after login.

Regards.