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Topic: Html to pdf, is this theory sound?..
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 54104
From: Bill_j
Date: 5/29/2002 05:03 PM

Hi all,
I am fairly new to the pdf format and my interest is in the web delivery. After much research I have concluded that the process of merging existing pdf documents in a web environment is too complicated for my skills and too expensive to buy a solution. So this is my question. What is involved in converting html to pdf in a web environment? Here is my thinking...

Ideally, I wanted to allow suers to select certain documents that they want, then have them wrapped up in one nice pdf for them. I think this may be a viable workaround... to let them select the documents they want, assemble them as an html file, then convert that to pdf and allow downloading or display.

Is this feasible? Could someone point me to some information on how to accomplish this?

Thanks in advance,

Bill Jackson
(you may email me if you wish, thanks)

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