kevin lyda said:
> On Thu, Apr 08, 2004 at 12:18:42PM +0100, Declan Grady wrote:
>> Also, I'm using a2ps to make ps and then pdfs form ascii files - Is
>> there some way to add in a background image (company logo) to the pdf
>>> Preferably something 'easy' that my perpetual newbieness can cope with
>> if you'll settle for just text, you can use --underlay on a2ps.
> stuffing an image in there seems a lot harder.
I haven't actually tried this, but ...
Some time ago I evaluated htmldoc for producing help documentation for a
project. It seemed pretty good at converting html to pdf from what I
remember, so maybe if you were to put
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
at the top of the file and </body></html> at the bottom, and run it
through htmldoc, you might get something useful out. I dare say you would
need to replace all the newlines with <br /> as well.
Just an idea.
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