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Topic: customized pdf's from HTML
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52681
From: mamarsha
Date: 5/29/2002 04:53 PM

I need to generate a customized pdf from either a session variable or data from an SQL database.

I need to place a client's name and page numbers on each page of the pdf.

What I am doing is this:
A user will fill in a form with their profile. I save this data to a db, and also to the session variable. A user will then be able to produce a proposal to take with them. The pdf will only need a client name, page number, and one picture. I would like the user to have the option of selecting what pieces they want in their proposal, and then number the pages depending on the selected pieces.

Any ideas would be great.


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