I use python 2.7 with python pptx.
I have a table of data and need it to feet certain width and height,
I learned that i can change the text size like so enter link description here
But i wish to change the entire table size to fit an exact location and with changing the font size, and manipulating the row heights and col width it all seems too complex and hard to handle,
I found that i can turn the table to an image and than easily change it's size but that does not feel like the right thing to do.
The example taken from the pptx documentation gives a good example on how to create a table with a given overall
height as follows:
from pptx import Presentation from pptx.util import Inches prs = Presentation() title_only_slide_layout = prs.slide_layouts slide = prs.slides.add_slide(title_only_slide_layout) shapes = slide.shapes shapes.title.text = 'Adding a Table' rows = cols = 2 left = top = Inches(2.0) width = Inches(6.0) height = Inches(0.8) table = shapes.add_table(rows, cols, left, top, width, height).table # set column widths table.columns.width = Inches(2.0) table.columns.width = Inches(4.0) # write column headings table.cell(0, 0).text = 'Foo' table.cell(0, 1).text = 'Bar' # write body cells table.cell(1, 0).text = 'Baz' table.cell(1, 1).text = 'Qux' prs.save('test.pptx')
The util Module also provides alternatives to specifying the dimensions such as