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Topic: ASP to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 38457
From: link9
Date: 4/12/2002 03:46 AM

Hello --

I'm trying to find a solution on how to generate printable pdf files from my dynamically created ASP pages.

I have downloaded and tried activePDF, which I thought was going to work, but it doesn't support CSS, and it won't size my images properly when they've been sized by my ASP (for dynamic bar graphs).

Has anyone else out there tried a product that can do these things that I might give a whirl?

Basically, pages are created based on POST information from either a previous page or a post-back. This tool would simply need to be able to accept that POST info and render the page in .pdf format for printing.

Thanks,
Paul Prewett

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