xzypdf: Generate PDF that automatically prints when opens

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xzypdf 0.2.1GNU General Publi...5.0PHP 5, Files and Folders, Printing
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This class can generate PDF that automatically prints when opens.

It extends the FPDF class with functions that provide additional functionality to the generated PDF documents like:

* Make the printing dialog open
* Print automatically to user default printer or to a given printer
* Set text, draw and fill colors with arrays

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PDF is a format that is often used to generate documents meant to be printed.

This class provides a solution that can generate PDF documents that can automatically open the printing user interface when they are opened.

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xzypdf.php Class The class, itself
xzypdf_doc_es.html Doc. Documentation in Spanish

xzypdf-2012-10-05.zip 6KB
xzypdf-2012-10-05.tar.gz 6KB
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This is a very good and useful class
7 years ago (Josť Filipe Lopes Santos)
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