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Topic: Web Based Conversions to PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 76116
From: PablosR
Date: 11/10/2002 07:46 PM

Alright...maybe this shouldn't be in the beginner section, but here is goes.

I am trying to find a way for users of my web site to upload a doc file and then I need a script to convert that file to pdf format and then save it in a specified dir on my web server. The web server is a Microsoft Server with ASP support. My web site is being hosted by a professional company, so I don't have access to install anything. My site is non-profit so I don't have ANY money to spend. I am donating my time to create a pretty fancy web site for this org. I know my resources are limited, but I figured I would ask anyway.


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