[Chicago-talk] Create PDF Recommendation
jscarbrough at where2getit.com
Thu Oct 1 06:58:26 PDT 2009
We've used htmldoc in the past with limited success
(http://www.htmldoc.org). One thing I've looked at recently is
OpenOffice. They have a full suite of converters and you can control the
process from a command line. If you do a google search for "openoffice
command line converter" you'll get lots of links. This would be my next
choice for doing html -> pdf conversions. There are CPAN modules for
interacting with OpenOffice as well but I don't think the conversion
options are exposed through them.
> On Sep 30, 2009, at 11:28 AM, Jim Jacobus <jim.jacobus at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can anyone recommend an easy way to create PDFs? I want to supply a
>> report to customers as either a HTML for or PDF. File I am creating
>> is simple, no graphics, single column, monospaced characters.
>> I was going to use PDF-Create-1.04 , but with it I have to do a lot
>> of work like keeping track of page breaks and such. I've done that
>> before, but I was hoping there would be something easier since I can
>> start with an HTML. Ideally, it would work like the print preview in
>> the Firefox browser--in other words it would work like a print
>> driver. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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