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Jan
Written by: Jonathan Maron. Stored in: Templates.

Using phpLiveDocx, it is possible to populate template files, containing text fields, with data from disparate data sources (such as XML files, databases etc).

The resulting word processing document can be saved in any supported format.

Supported template file formats (input)

  • DOCX – Office Open XML Format
  • DOC – Microsoft Word DOC Format
  • RTF – Rich Text Format
  • TXD – TX Text Control Format

Supported document file formats (output)

  • DOCX – Office Open XML Format
  • DOC – Microsoft Word DOC Format
  • HTML – XHTML 1.0 Transitional Format
  • RTF – Rich Text Format
  • PDF – Acrobat Portable Document Format
  • TXD – TX Text Control Format
  • TXT – ANSI Plain Text

Supported image file formats (output)

  • BMP – Bitmap Image Format
  • GIF – Graphics Interchange Format
  • JPG – Joint Photographic Experts Group Format
  • PNG – Portable Network Graphics Format
  • TIFF – Tagged Image File Format
  • WMF – Windows Meta File Format

This information is also available programmatically. This post illustrates how.

The phpLiveDocx project and the backend service LiveDocx differentiate between the terms template and document. For details, please see this post.

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