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By scoggmeister
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Published: Sep 04 2013 / 12:26

Users of your Web applications can print the pages you generate, but webpages don’t usually look quite right on paper. They look like webpages do in a browser instead of real documents. There are many ways to control how information appears on the page. In this article, I show you a few methods, from using CSS to change the look of the content, to leveraging tools like Apache’s FOP and iText to generate PDF documents.
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