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I am developing a project, In that I have a receipt page (this is the html page that I want to convert it into pdf) and I've to print it. While printing that page alignments are not coming properly.

If I convert it into pdf, then pdf only will take care of that alignments thus my work will become easy and effective. I was restricted to use either JavaScript or js libraries only to complete this task.

Could any of you please help me?

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closed as off topic by haylem, ChrisF Jun 12 '12 at 8:01

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Belongs to StackOverflow.com? –  haylem Jun 12 '12 at 7:10
This might be helpfull stackoverflow.com/questions/742271/… –  TiredProgrammer Jun 12 '12 at 7:11
Please don't cross post - stackoverflow.com/questions/10975694/… –  ChrisF Jun 12 '12 at 8:01
@ChrisF: :) especially if already asked AND answered yesterday... –  haylem Jun 12 '12 at 8:06

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Use jsPDF to do what you want.

Here's a quick example:

var doc = new jsPDF();
doc.text(20, 20, 'Hello world!');
doc.text(20, 30, 'This is client-side Javascript, pumping out a PDF.');
doc.text(20, 20, 'Do you like that?');

// Output as Data URI

To generate the content, then you'll need to process your DOM tree and programmatically transcribe to jsPDF calls.

There's also a nice example using jsPDF with Downloadify to produce a downloadable file.

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Anon downvoter, please in the future be so kind as to say why you think this doesn't exactly answer the OP's question. –  haylem Jul 15 at 10:26

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