Noticed that most PDF printers use Ghostscript to convert printer output to PDF. Was wondering how difficult it would be to use the Ghostcript.dll to create a control that inputs HTML and outputs PDF to a browser or hard drive, which can then be pushed out to a browser
ITextSharp is an open source library for working with PDF. I believe that it has what you need, as shown in the example:
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Update 21-May-2015: I temporarily removed the source code to make major changes to the program. Regards, Joe
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