Attempting to use css to position a div absolutely in which the css class was assigned within a cfsavecontent tag outside of the cfdocument tag. cfsavecontent> cfdocument marginbottom=”” marginleft=””. would one use wrapped text in a PDF generated by CFDOCUMENT? Text from Flatland, (Edwin A. Abbott ) > cfsavecontent.
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So far I have the folowing code which gives me a pdf page with the message “Connection failure” on it. CF defaults to http: Instead of cfsavecontnet “c: I can’t figure out how to save the PDF to a file. This is the code that I am using now: But I need it to be saved so I can email it as an attachment.
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Thanks again for your help. Here is the code that ended up working for me: Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.
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By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and cfdocumeht posting is forbidden. Hi, Thanks to this forum, I was able to learn how to use the cfsavecontent tag to capture a dynamic cf page and display it. I was also able to send it via email as html. Is there a way I can save the output from a cfsavecontent to a pdf file?
Here’s the code I have for the html: Hi, Thanks for the info.
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