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Hi There

Thanks, in advance for your help.

I have an application that creates invoices and estimates using a utility that I found on the web some time ago (namely Swiftprint). This is an ocx that allows me to draw lines etc.. and write + format text. It then provides a print-preview that can be printed. It all looks very neat and works very well.

I now have a need to save the output to a PDF file and wondered if anyone knows the easiest way to do this or maybe a 3rd party control that already does this. I need to call it via code though.

Please assist!


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