| I have no idea how badly organized the PDF output is compared
| to one built by a real PDF tool, but it suits my simple needs
| of converting MS-proprietary formats to something I can share
| over the Web with almost everyone.
I installed this utility after the mention in the list last week
(even tho I have the full Acrobat product) and have been very
impressed. Its handling of complex CSS is *way* beyond the Adobe
| The biggest problem I see is that it will use only the "print"
I hadn't noticed that until you mentioned -- and did a little test.
This utility perfectly took one of my more complex CSS pages
(the screen only shows a small scrolling DIV) and laid it out
as 3 print pages with repeating headers and footers, just as
coded. The full Adobe product (latest version) only creates a
.pdf with what was on screen -- and poorly at that.
I would call this a big plus, not a problem. PDF is for print,
so using the print CSS is really the best option. Fantastic.