I'm trying to create a word file (a contract) where most of the text is always the same but company name, date or quantities... change.
The words that change are written in the DataCardValue of the power app to have something like " At &DataCardValue1&" the company "&Datacardvalue2&" earned "&datacardvalue3.
Now I can't create a word with it, but i can't put some parts of the text in italics or bold type
The data to make this application comes from Sharepoint for the editable fields but those that are always the same are written in the formula of the power app for the following Flow.
That’s the Word that I get without italics or bold type; I think that I have to change the From HTML to Text part of the flow for another thing or add something to get it in other format than only text
How can I convert this to HTML to get Word in bold or in italics?
Thank you very much
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Hi @Alex_Reig :
The point is that the "Html to text" action eliminates the format of HTML text and converts it to a pure string without formatting, so character formats such as bold and italic are invalid.
What you need may be the "Html to word" function,but I afraid that there is no way to convert a HTML file to a DOC file in Microsoft Flow recently, if you would like this feature to be added in Microsoft Flow, please submit an idea to Flow Ideas Forum:
In addition, you could consider take a try to convert a HTML file to PDF file, please check and see if the following article would help you:
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