save reports to html/ps/pdf/png?
Wolcott, Ken (MED, Compuware)
Ken.Wolcott at med.ge.com
Tue Nov 4 12:28:15 CST 2003
Thank you. I created a dummy set of accounts in gnucash at work, generated
a P&L statement, printed to a file, used ps2pdf to generate pdf from
postscript, viewed the output using xpdf...looks fine.
On Tuesday 04 November 2003 10:12, warlord at MIT.EDU wrote:
> You can just "print to file" and copy the postscript.
> "Wolcott, Ken (MED, Compuware)" <Ken.Wolcott at med.ge.com> writes:
> > Hi;
> > I'm using gnucash 1.8.2 at home (Red Hat 8.0) and gnucash 1.6.6 (Red
> > Hat 8.0) at work. I do not have a printer at home, but I have a printer
> > at work. If I generate some reports at home, can I print them at work
> > using an earlier version of gnucash? If so, what file(s) do I need to
> > bring (*.xml?) on a floppy? If at all possible, is there a way to
> > preserve the output in an html/ps/pdf/png format so that I don't have to
> > worry about gnucash availiability or even platform availibility? I
> > really need to get these reports to our CPA who doesn't grok anything
> > other than quickbooks.
> > Thanks,
> > Ken Wolcott
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