Hi, thanks for your responses.
Here's the problem:
I have a well styled page, table, links, italics, bold, etc, everything
looks good. But after I convert it into PDF (using Coldfusion), the table
(which was styled with single border), now has the ugly double borders; some
text formatted in italic or bold has bad spacing issue, they seem to be
overprinting or otherwise leaving big gap between them.
Could this be a CSS problem or CF problem?
On Sat, Feb 2, 2008 at 9:12 AM, Michael Adams [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
> On Fri, 01 Feb 2008 18:46:35 +1100
> Chang Huang wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I've been reading about how to use CSS to control the layout of a web
> > for print, I wonder is there's a optimum way to style a web-generated
> > PDF for print. I've been googling it for a while but with no success.
> > Can anyone point me to the right direction please?
> Also one thing that is so glaring that you probably have not failed to
> notice. PDFs created on the fly on the server are dependent on the fonts
> on the server, if it isn't on the server it can't get embedded. Web
> pages created in HTML are dependent on the fonts at the client.
> All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall
> be well
> - Julian of Norwich 1342 - 1416
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