PowerPDF is a VCL to create PDF docment visually. Like QuickReport, you can design PDF document easily on Delphi IDE. PowerPDF requires Delphi 2007 or later.

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  • It's nice! hope from strength to strength!

  • I cannot install it in Delphi 2010, why? The error is "[DCC Error] PReport.pas(2008): E2003 Undeclared identifier: 'Width'", it seems "ARect.Width" not support in Delphi 2010? Oh, i modify "ARect.Width" to "ARect.Right - ARect.Left", then it works OK.

  • It's very good but there's a problem with printing TPRRect and TPREllipse to PDF in Delphi XE2. The rectangle comes out as a straight line and the ellipse won't take a fill colour. I've written a workaround which solves the problem - no guarantees as to its reliability, but it works. The code file is here: sullivan-net.com/DelphiXE2/PReport_FIXED.pas Just download this file and rename it as PReport.pas and put it into your PowerPDF source files folder. It might be wise to keep your original file under another name just in case .... Cheers.

  • the best!

  • I make a component using this component, look https://sourceforge.net/projects/fcbprinter/

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English

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Win32 (MS Windows)

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Delphi/Kylix

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2009-11-12