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Use PHP to Create Dynamic pdf Files


The php_pdf.dll extension is enough to produce pdf files on the fly. Once you have read this article you may start to produce high quality pdf files for your clients.

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By: Ben Shepherd
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April 07, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Use PHP to Create Dynamic pdf Files
  2. · Creating the pdfs on the Fly
  3. · Conclusion

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In the following article you will learn how to create a pdf file using PHP. This code will be useful if you were considering creating invoices, reports or any other hardcopy file for your client. It is assumed that you know where all of your PHP files are located and that PHP is configured in your Apache Web Server.

You will need to have a pdf viewer handy. If you donít have this package, simply go to http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/ and download adobe acrobat.


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