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Australia says

I have been asked by a large chain, to create a white paper to presnt our services , features benefits so on and so forth, with floww charts and images etc.

So I am not a big user of PDF ( in terms of creating them ) are their templates you can buy on here for use within PDF’s ?

Or is it just a case of plonk it all on and move it around.

This is a very important ask , and we really need to nail presentation down so any advice welcomed please.

Cheers Ste

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dtbaker Moderator says

prolly best to ask the guys over at http://graphicriver.net/forums – someone there probably knows a great print template that you can arrange in photoshop/illustrator and just export as pdf.

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Australia says

Cheers Dave, was kinda hoping there was a html to pdf template kinda thing, but most of the ones I see are like commnd line stuff.

Will pop over tho and have a looksy

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dtbaker Moderator says

ah if you’re after html to pdf then don’t look for any sorta command line or server side script, you wont get anything looking good.

if you’re making the presentation in HTML and just need it converted to PDF (instead of building the presentation in illustrator/photoshop/etc..) then just install one of the free “print to pdf” tools for windows. load up the web page and choose print, select pdf, done

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gbs says

ah if you’re after html to pdf then don’t look for any sorta command line or server side script, you wont get anything looking good. if you’re making the presentation in HTML and just need it converted to PDF (instead of building the presentation in illustrator/photoshop/etc..) then just install one of the free “print to pdf” tools for windows. load up the web page and choose print, select pdf, done

+1 – Best solution. Just install a PDF Printer and use the Print function within your browser to get the PDF. ;)

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Australia says

erm… scuse me for sounding dim …

Print to pdf, does that print on paper lol .. or actually to the pdf ???? and then you can save as whatever.pdf ??

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Australia says

OOh thats clever… never knew that, and really easy on MAC too ! Cheers Guys :)

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