Problem in converting html to PDF format

Posted on 2005-05-07
Last Modified: 2013-11-20
   I have a html file i want to convert it into PDF format using MFC dynamically. How can i do this ?
please answer fast.
Question by:ashugarg00
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    Third party library - PDF isn't a microsoft format.  There are a number of free/cheap libraries but I don't have experience of any of them directly.
    What you can also do is install a 'pdf printer' eg. pdfcreator ( FREE ! ).  This appears as a printer but actually will save the output as a pdf file.
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    You have to use some ocx or com or some libraray for doing this conversion.

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    all of them are very good , some of them are free and some are not

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