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Using pstyle for addheading() only applies part of the styles
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Posted by wadmiraal  · 16-02-2018 - 11:18

Hi, if I use the following:

// Default styles.
$style = array(
  'fontSize' => 18,
  'font' => 'Verdana',
  'lineSpacing' => 240,
  'spacingTop' => 0,
  'spacingBottom' => 0,
);

$docx->createParagraphStyle('h1', array(
  'bold' => TRUE,
  'color' => '006283',
  'caps' => TRUE,
  'pageBreakBefore' => TRUE,
) + $style);

$docx->addHeading("My heading", 1, array('pStyle' => "h1"));

It doesn't apply the font size, nor the font family. The other styles are applied. 

Why? If I pass the fontSize and font parameters to the options array directly, it works (although I would have to divide the font size by 2). Why?

Posted by admin  · 16-02-2018 - 11:54

Hello,

The addHeading method adds some default styles that can't be overwriten using a paragraph style (these default styles are set as Word inline styles):

if (!isset($options['b'])) {
  $options['b'] = 'on';
}
if (!isset($options['keepLines'])) {
  $options['keepLines'] = 'on';
}
if (!isset($options['keepNext'])) {
  $options['keepNext'] = 'on';
}
if (!isset($options['widowControl'])) {
  $options['widowControl'] = 'on';
}
if (!isset($options['sz'])) {
  $options['sz'] = max(15 - $level, 10);
}
if (!isset($options['font'])) {
  $options['font'] = 'Cambria';
}

You need to set that values using the options of the addHeading method, or use the addText method with the headingLevel option that doesn't add default inline styles.

Regards.