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Adding HTML to a docx document created with PHPdocx

  • 06 / 06 / 2011

This information is outdated, please, refer to the HTML to Word documentation for up to date info.
Add HTML to a docx document with PHPDocX is easy.
In this example you can see how to add some HTML and the format of it. Here is the code:


require_once('../../classes/CreateDocx.inc');

$docx = new CreateDocx();

$html = '

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';

$docx->addHTML($html);

$html = '

What is PHPDOCX ?
PHPDOCX is a PHP library designed to generate completely dynamic and fully customizable Word documents.
PHPDOCX is hosted in your server providing a very and complete flexible solution for your document and report generation needs.
What can I do with PHPDOCX ?

With a few lines of code you can generate a complete report that includes:

Editable Text
Images and Graphic elements
Standard paragraphs
Bulleted or numbered lists
Customized tables

Dynamic tables
All kind of customizable and editable charts or graphs to display numerical data
Tables of content to simplify readability within long documents
Headers that will reflect your corporate branding
Footers with automatic page numbering


You could also create and use your own templates for Mailmerge or to generate really sophisticated reports and documents.
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';

$docx->addHTML($html);

$docx->createDocx('example_html');