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Add footer or footnote to the specific page.
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Posted by slavkovl  · 21-09-2018 - 17:34

I am converting HTML to DOCX. How can I add a footer to the specific page or footnote also at the end of the specific page? 

Posted by admin  · 21-09-2018 - 18:25

Hello,

To accomplish that task you need an Advanced or a Premium license, what license and version of phpdocx are you using?

Regards.

Posted by slavkovl  · 25-09-2018 - 11:44

I am using Basic license. There is no way to do this with Basic license?

Posted by admin  · 25-09-2018 - 11:58

Hello,

To accomplish that task you need an Advanced or a Premium license and work with sections. The Basic package doesn't allow this kind of customization.

Regards.

Posted by slavkovl  · 25-09-2018 - 12:07

Ok, let's imagine that I have upgraded my Licence to Advanced. How it can be done now? I just want to be sure that this is exactly what I need before moving to Advanced Licence

Posted by admin  · 25-09-2018 - 12:31

Hello,

You can add footnotes to specific contents in sections (MS Word doesn't work with pages but with sections)  using DOCXPath (https://www.phpdocx.com/documentation/introduction/docxpath).

If you need to add a custom footer, you'd need to import the footer from an existing DOCX (from a template or generated from scratch using phpdocx) and then use DOCXPath to replace the previous footer.

Regards.