I use Python-docx to generate Microsoft Word document.The user want that when he write for eg: "Good Morning every body,This is my %(profile_img)s do you like it?"
in a HTML field, i create a word document and i recuper the picture of the user from the database and i replace the key word %(profile_img)s by the picture of the user NOT at the END OF THE DOCUMENT. With Python-docx we use this instruction to add a picture:
Quoting the python-docx documentation:
The Document.add_picture() method adds a specified picture to the end of the document in a paragraph of its own. However, by digging a little deeper into the API you can place text on either side of the picture in its paragraph, or both.
When we "dig a little deeper", we discover the
Here is an example of its use:
from docx import Document from docx.shared import Inches document = Document() p = document.add_paragraph() r = p.add_run() r.add_text('Good Morning every body,This is my ') r.add_picture('/tmp/foo.jpg') r.add_text(' do you like it?') document.save('demo.docx')