Now, I get it! Thanks. It seems as I suspected: The problems probably
come from the tables. If you are on Unix, try Acrobat Reader 4.05 on the
command-line ("-toPostScript" and friends) to generate PostScript from
PDF and print it via LPR. If you are on Windows, try the command-line
options of Acrobat Reader to directly print a PDF to a printer. Or you
can try GhostScript. Everything should be in the mailing list archives:

Another good source of information is the FAQ:

On Mon, 14 Jan 2002 16:23:19 +0100 Raśl Carazo wrote:
>     Excuse me...
>     I'm using xsl with tables, stylesheet and an image. But what I can't see
> is the data.
>     The PDF I generate is correct, but is not a file, but a data-flow to the
> browser. I can see it and print it correctly (even if I want to save it, I
> can. But this isn't the idea).
>     But if I change it for RENDER_PS and I make the file (or I send it to
> the printer), I can't print it (the format is not correct), and if I
> transform it in a PDF (with Acrobat Distiller), the image is correctly set
> and some of the characters (lines, even an underline) are correct.
>     Where can I found the files for past e-mails?
>     And thank you very much!!
>     Salve

Jeremias Märki


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