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Package: mlreportgen.ppt

Get table style names for presentation


tableStyles = getTableStyleNames(presentation)



tableStyles = getTableStyleNames(presentation) gets the table style names for a presentation.


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Create a presentation.

import mlreportgen.ppt.*
slides = Presentation('myPlaceholderPresentation');

Get the names of table styles in the presentation. The output actually includes many more table style names.

ans = 

    'Medium Style 2 - Accent 1'           '{5C22544A-7EE6-4342-B048-85BDC9FD1C3A}'
    'Light Style 1'                       '{9D7B26C5-4107-4FEC-AEDC-1716B250A1EF}'
    'Light Style 1 - Accent 1'            '{3B4B98B0-60AC-42C2-AFA5-B58CD77FA1E5}'
    'Light Style 1 - Accent 2'            '{0E3FDE45-AF77-4B5C-9715-49D594BDF05E}'

Create a table with the specified table format.

table1 = Table({'a','b';'c','d'},'Medium Style 2 - Accent 1');

Input Arguments

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Presentation to get tables style names for, specified as an mlreportgen.ppt.Presentation object.

Output Arguments

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Table styles in the presentation, returned as an array of character vectors. Each table style name has an associated text and a numeric identifier. For example:

'Medium Style 2 - Accent 1'           '{5C22544A-7EE6-4342-B048-85BDC9FD1C3A}'

To use a table style name with the PPT API, you can use either the text or the numeric identifier.

Introduced in R2015b