Hi, I'm currently working on a warehouse system, and I'd like to print some labels pretty accurately.
At the moment, I'm using Mozilla to print, but this just won't do, especially not when we're expecting to print something like 4,000 labels next week :D $client is the MySQL record where the client information is stored. $copies is the number of copies. So, what I was thinking was to go :- User selects number of copies to print & the client number. Give HTML2ps the PHP URL with all the info stored in the URL (form POST IIRC). Use the CSS defintion of "page-break" to break up each page. (Each page is different because there's a barcode on each page, which is generated by a function) Would this work? HOW do I call HTML2ps from inside PHP? Would I be better off going:- loop until 50 copies have been printed. HTML2ps, print page x; x = x + 1; go back to start of loop. (In other words, call HTML2ps repeately. In this case, I won't need "page-break" will I?). Many thanks! (BTW running Apache on Red Hat 7.2 with PHP 2.x (can't recall off my head)) -- Yoav Felberbaum E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Website (Not worth looking ^_^) : http://www.wlv.ac.uk/~c9807379/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php