Firstly, thanks for a great library; proving very useful here!
I have been using the DocX.ReplaceText() function to insert text to a pre-existing .docx in a sort-of 'mail-merge' manner; that is I am replacing 'tags' with text loaded from a database. This is fine where the text needs to be a basic paragraph, but I am
at a brick wall where the text is a list of items.
I have a list of issues with actions taken against them which need to be formatted as-below:
You said: [this is the first issue]
We did: [this is the action taken against the first issue]
You said: [this is the second issue]
We did: [this is the action taken against the second issue]
... and so on
The list needs to replace a single tag in the document [#issuesandactions], but I cannot get my head around formatting each item to have one line of bold text and one line not.
An additional possible restriction is that the pre-existing .docx is effectively a structured template, made up of text boxes and images; unfortunately this I have no control over.
Is this possible with DocX? Or am I stretching it's legs too far?
Any help will be greatly appreciated.