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Thread: FPDF module

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    Quote Originally Posted by schalk1807 View Post
    Thank you Daniel and felgall,

    If I understand you correctly: I simply cannot call the FPDF function from a page which has already outputted HTML, and the list.php page immediately outputs HTML when it opens.

    Now my dilemma is: how can I let the user print a report of the list? I need the "Print Report" button to appear on the list.php page.
    Why are you insisting on using the same file for two different things? The simplest thing is to create a new file that generates the PDF (and does nothing else) and have the form direct to that file. You are just making it more complicated than it needs to be.

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    Thank you to all of you for your assistance.

    I will try all your solutions and see what I can do.

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