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Are there any free solutions out there?

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We use activePDF to create a printable PDF of a completed mortgage loan application. All the data is pulled from SQL using VS scripts and ASP. It works like a charm is is well worth the price.

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 We currently generate management reports in HTML code and display them in the browser from our intranet.  We'd like to generate PDF documents to email to the user as well.  The data is pulled from SQL databases using ADO and VBSCript.  The output is what looks like a management report displayed in HTML in the browser.  It will have headings, bolding, underlining, company logo image, page numbers, etc.  

We were looking at ActivePDF, but it is pricey.  We were also looking at ABCPDF at http://www.websupergoo.com/abcpdf-1.htm.  This looks promising.  Have you used any PDF generating utilities b4?  

It should accommodate the latest version of PDF.
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 What exactly are you looking to do?  What version of PDF are you looking to accomodate?

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You can try the winnovative html to pdf converter from http://www.winnovative-software.com. You can perform HTML to PDF conversion with 2 lines of code:

PdfConverter pdfConverter = new PdfConverter();
byte[] downloadBytes = pdfConverter.GetPdfFromUrlBytes(MyURL);


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