typedef struct _DOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS
} DOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS, *pDOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS;
The DOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS structure rovides extra options to use when saving a document using the Microsoft Word format (DOCX).
|Options||Options structure that contains options for a Word 2007 file.|
|TextMode||Controls how and when to frames the text blocks in the resulting DOCX file. DOCWRTTEXTMODE_AUTO is the default value.|
|bFramed||Flag that indicates whether to use framed text. Possible values are:|
|TRUE||Use framed text.|
|FALSE||Do not use framed text|
|Frames are containers supported by the DOCX format for text that can be positioned on a page and sized.|
|uFlags||Flag that indicates the extra options for writing DOCX files. Currently there are no flags. This is for future use.|
pDOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS is a pointer to DOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS structure. Generally, where a function parameter type is pDOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS, you can declare a DOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS variable, update the structure's fields, and pass the variable's address in the parameter. Declaring a pDOCWRTDOCXOPTIONS variable is necessary only if your program requires a pointer.
The DOCX file extensions are used for Microsoft Word documents, part of the Microsoft Office Suite of software.
DOCX is part of Microsoft Office Open XML specification (also known as OOXML or OpenXML) and was introduced with Office 2007. DOCX is a zipped, XML-based file format. Microsoft Word 2007 and later uses DOCX as the default file format when creating a new document. Support for loading and saving legacy DOC files is also included.
The LEADTOOLS Document Writers support creating DOCX document. The following features are supported:
Note: This format requires .NET framework 3.0 or later and Microsoft Open XML Format SDK 2.*.
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