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Topic: Help! Convert to Web alters wrapping in tables (Via Email), 3 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 99944
From: joana
Date: 11/7/2003 08:18 AM

I need to covert multiple HTML files to a single PDF. However, using the "Convert to Web" function forces the contents of certain table cells to wrap, even though there's a "nowrap" attribute in there.

For example, in the attached file, under Member Function Documentation, the words "HRESULT BitDepth" display on two lines--but I need them to appear on the same line, as they do in the source.

Oddly enough, if I create the PDF using File > Print > Adobe PDF, the text does not wrap. (However, this doesn't help me because I have to convert several dozen files at a time--so I need the Web Page feature.)

Click to open!a00011w.pdf
Converted PDF with undesirable wwrapping (73,068 bytes)

Click to open!a00011pr.pdf
PDF made w/ File > Print displays right (203,888 bytes)

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