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Markdown Word Count Example - a status bar contribution that reports out the number of works in a Markdown document as you interact with it. Installation Launch VS Code Quick Open ( Ctrl+P ), paste the following command, and press enter.



Markdown Preview is a Shareware software in the category Miscellaneous developed by Markdown Preview.

  1. The companion article, Introduction to interactive documents, will show you how to turn an R Markdown report into an. HTML, PDF, or Microsoft Word file.
  2. Markdown Edit is a smart and powerful editor for markdown language. The latter is a simplified scripting language for more intuitive HMTL code creatio.

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August 17, 2019

If you prefer text-based documentation(markdown, etc) over WYSIWYG(MSWord), thenthis is for you! If you work in modern corporate America, MicrosoftWord is unavoidable. Even though I wish it weren’t so, most engineeringorganizations use it for technical documentation.

I want to use markdown as the source and then automatically renderMicrosoft Word. Most folks online recommend pandoc for this kindof thing. The problem is that pandoc renders docx using it’s own style.

But there’s usually a standard corporate template that you’re requiredto use.

At this point I usually stare blankly at my screen for a couple of minutes thenbegrudgingly load up the corporate template in Word and startcopy-n-past’ing then manually formatting. But…. no…. longer.

I came across a little hack that works pretty well. If you insert unstyled HTMLinto a Word template using Insert->Object->Text from File, Word willautomatically apply the template styles.

So, I generate HTML from markdown: pandoc -s -o my.html, then insert theHTML using the Text from File menu item in Word and voila! I have aperfectly formatted Word docx using the corporate template automatically.

However, it’s still a hassle to have to perform these manual menu selectionseverything I want to re-render the docx. So here’s a little Python script toautomate that part using COM:

Microsoft Word Markdown

It also regenerates the table of contents and embeds the images after thetext is inserted. I hope this helps any other text-based documentationlovers out there.

Microsoft Markdown

2019/9/13 Update: We’re now embedding all the images instead of leaving themas links.

Microsoft Markdown Parser

2020/6/15 Update: It turns out that this method doesn’t work in the generalcase. It happens to work with my template because the template fonts are closeenough to the default Word fonts that they match.