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Posted on 2010-08-25
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I am using FPDF to automatically create a PDF.

http://www.fpdf.org/

I need to do the following.

Get the Y axis coordinate then if the position is more than 200mm from the top of the page, add a new page.

$pdf->AddPage();

Can you please help me write this code? Thanks
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require('fpdf.php');
$pdf=new FPDF('P','mm','letter'); // instantiate with units=mm, paper size=letter (use 'A4' if non-US)
$pdf->AddPage();

// ... your content/loop/whatever here ...
if($pdf->GetY()>200)$pdf->AddPage(); // add page if Y>20cm from top left corner

$pdf->Output();

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Perfect. Many thanks
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