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Thanks for the response.


"...This module could be used when you want to mass produce similar (but not identical) PDF documents and reuse templates..."

Unfortunately, these pdf's aren't going to be similar or massed produced. I need to develop each one from scratch, not from templates. I suppose I could develop templates on the fly, but I don't want to mess with files, just string data.


I'd seen that one, but for the life of me, I can't figure out what it does or how it works! I'm needing to create fillable forms with radio buttons, text fields, dropdown boxes, checkboxes, etc and this module only has 4 methods, 2 of which are constructors. I'm not sure what "forms" it handles, but if it does what I'm wanting to do can you enlighten me?

In reply to Re^2: In search of pdf form module by ksublondie
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