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    Convert an html page into a PDF file.

    Hi Guys,

    I have this task that requires converting an html page (using its URL) into a PDF file. Can anyone give me an idea where to start? Thanks in advance.


    Regards,

    Richard

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    Visit www.anoopkumarsharma.wordpress.com

    Here recently i have posted how to create pdf doc from html.

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    Use a pdf converter to convert html to pdf document or pdf document to html web page just imputting the user-defined url address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alcottpdf View Post
    Use a pdf converter to convert html to pdf document or pdf document to html web page just imputting the user-defined url address.
    Hi, Alcottpdf.
    Thanks for your nice sharing. I wonder whether the toolkit you mentioned above is compatible with C#.net platform. If so, I will check its free trial package later.



    Best regards,
    Pan

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    Hey, I suggest you to go for “Pdfcrowd API” for PDF generation from HTML page.
    The API is easy to use and supports HTML/CSS2/JavaScript.
    The integration takes only a few minutes.
    It does not consume CPU/memory on your computer, PDFs are created in the Pdfcrowd servers.
    I am providing you a link click it,you will get an example there.
    https://pdfcrowd.com/blog/2011/04/18...df-in-php.html

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