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Topic: How to create PDF from HTML to Word to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 53853
From: dmo
Date: 5/29/2002 05:02 PM

I want to create a TEST and print it as PDF. Here is the details.

1)Publishers create a bunch of questions (question and its multiple choices) and save them as HTML.

2)Single Test could have a set of these questions (1-50).

3)These questions needs to be arranged so that it could fit in first half of word page and then fill the next half and so on and save this as word document.

4)Convert this word doc to PDF


I need to know the following:

a) Is this is the best way to convert from HTML to PDF and how to do it.

b) Open to any other suggestions

c) What are the best tools.

d) Where can I find the codes for these

Thanks you very much for taking the interest and trying to help me.

D Mo




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