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Topic: RE: Programatically Create PDF with images
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58308
From: Dave
Date: 5/29/2002 05:31 PM

look into one of the PDF Generating libraries available at PDFStore - PDFLib
comes to mind as being easily usable under VB (as an Active X).

One other suggestion is to look at the activePDF range of products, I think
they have a tool to convert HTML to PDF, which leads to my other suggestion,
instead of spitting out straight plain text, spit out your data in HTML
format and with Table Tags wrapped around it.

this way you get a PDF with structured tables.

Dave..............
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