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Constructing Multi-Line PDF Documents with PHP 5
November 07, 2007 @ 13:08:00

DevShed continues their series looking at working with PDF files in PHP with this second part of the series, taking things to the next level - making multi-line PDF documents in PHP5.

In this second part of the series I'll provide you with some examples that illustrate how to build PDF files that contain multiple lines of text; remember, in the preceding article I worked only with single-line strings. Additionally, I'll teach you how to position these texts on a given PDF page.

The tutorial walks you through a quick review of making a PDF file from scratch before moving on to the new stuff - creating a PDF with multiple lines of text in it and an example of positioning the text with the set_text_pos function in PHP.

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