Html To PDF using ASP - ABCPDF

Posted on 2012-08-22
Last Modified: 2012-09-07
hi guys,

i am trying to convert a html page to ASP using ABCPDF however even though it is backwards compatible i cannot work out how to use it in classic ASP?

could someone shed some light?

Question by:gaa18
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    Well they have an excellent help resource on their website but I would assume you have already started there. (just in case: )

    Looking at that, I would say what you're trying to do is described here:

    If not, here are some specific questions that may help me help you:
    - Where are you with your project, don't know how to start or stuck at some specific task?
    - Coding done but not running on production server?
    - What is your source exactly (guessing: an external URL), and the destination? (guessing: a pdf file or streamed response)

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