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Topic: Convert HTML preview to EPS/PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 85233
From: ijju
Date: 3/31/2003 11:56 PM

Hello,

I need some help/pointers to convert HTML pages to PDF/EPS pages.

I am building a web proofing utility as a part of my development site. I take in "text" information through forms on ASP pages along with other images. These are then presented to the "user" to design/arrange or layout according to his/her choice on the template. All this is done by DHTML. Now, my problem is I get a HTML output to help the user "preview" the changes, But the application calls for a PDF or an EPS format ( i.e a print-ready format). Can anybody help me with any available tools/SDK? Is it possible with Acrobat SDK?

Thanks in advance!

Ijju


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