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Topic: Ravenfields PagePrinter
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 56144
From: wackjack
Date: 5/29/2002 05:17 PM

Just incase nobody has seen or heard about Ravenfields PagePrinter. Visit their site (www.ravenfields.com). I'm not trying to sell their products but its worth a look.

We purchased their beta copies and found it better than trying to program in C++ or VB (and still fast). It's too easy to use and gives amazing output the way you want. PagePrinter is its own language designed for printing and working with extract files. It does an amazing job with printing PDF files and automatic handling of directories and filenames too. We use it to print thousands of client statements every day for the web from Oracle. It's really worth it.

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