Re: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

2011-08-03 Thread Jeremy Coulter
On sourceforge there is a set of code that will produce a PDF and I use it
to generate pretty much what you are doing, although I dont use a file, but
input the text manuallybut you could read each line in and do the same.
Its pretty simple. I will email you the link from work tomorrow.

Jeremy

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Subject: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

Using D2007 and Rave reports - should be easy to produce a PDF version of a 
text file report.

The reports need to be printed using a non-proportional font, which is why I

would like to use PDF rather than Notepad (which is often set to display in 
proportional fonts and users do not know how to change it).

Anyone have sample code/examples?

John

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Re: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

2011-08-03 Thread Jeremy Coulter
I have a feeling its this one now that I think of it. I wll confirm
tomorrow:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/powerpdf/

Jeremy

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From: delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz [mailto:delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz] On
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Subject: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

Using D2007 and Rave reports - should be easy to produce a PDF version of a 
text file report.

The reports need to be printed using a non-proportional font, which is why I

would like to use PDF rather than Notepad (which is often set to display in 
proportional fonts and users do not know how to change it).

Anyone have sample code/examples?

John

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Re: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

2011-08-03 Thread Jeremy Coulter
Hi.
actually I was wrong, we use THIS code
http://synopse.info/forum/viewtopic.php?id=59
Its pretty easy to use and has res. examples.

Jeremy

On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 10:46 PM, Jeremy Coulter jscoul...@gmail.com wrote:

 I have a feeling its this one now that I think of it. I wll confirm
 tomorrow:

 http://sourceforge.net/projects/powerpdf/

 Jeremy

 -Original Message-
 From: delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz [mailto:delphi-boun...@delphi.org.nz]
 On
 Behalf Of John Bird
 Sent: Wednesday, 3 August 2011 20:00
 To: NZ Borland Developers Group - Delphi List
 Subject: [DUG] Produce PDF from text file

 Using D2007 and Rave reports - should be easy to produce a PDF version of a
 text file report.

 The reports need to be printed using a non-proportional font, which is why
 I

 would like to use PDF rather than Notepad (which is often set to display in
 proportional fonts and users do not know how to change it).

 Anyone have sample code/examples?

 John

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