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Creating a PDF in Classic ASP or VB6

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Hello,

Does anyone know how to create a PDF dynnamically, using Classic ASP oor VB6?

Thank you.
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Creating a PDF is not immediately available from with Classic ASP, you need to use a component or Activex control to generate a PDF file on the fly.
You can build up the PDF as a HTML file and then convert it with most PDF components or output directly to a PDF.

There are many of these components on the market, choose one that suits you best.
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Try abcPDF by Websupergoo.  They have a component for classic ASP.  It comes as a 30 day free trial, but can only be run on a single machine.

http://www.websupergoo.com/products.htm
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