Reportlab puts these into the output file; only

I wanted to generate a simple booking confirmation PDF. Below is the result. ReportLab is certainly powerful enough to create these kind of docs. It is very flexible, but this flexibiliy comes at the price of some verbosity. I created a simple wrapper module to meet my requirements and perhaps yours. If you are a diver, book your next scuba holiday on web2py at . :)

(Patch against Reportlab_1_07.)

The ReportLab Toolkit. An Open Source Python library for generating PDFs and graphics.

version of reportlab (1.07, was 1.06); new version of Acrobat reader

Now you know the basics for creating PDFs in Python using Reportlab. We didn’t even scratch the surface of what all you can do with Reportlab though. Some examples include tables, graphs, paginating, color overprinting, hyperlinks, graphics and much more. I highly recommend that you download the module along with its user guide and give it a try!

reportlab to turn text reports into PDF (substituting

Now you know the basics for creating PDFs in Python using Reportlab. We didn’t even scratch the surface of what all you can do with Reportlab though. Some examples include tables, graphs, paginating, color overprinting, hyperlinks, graphics and much more. I highly recommend that you download the module along with its user guide and give it a try!

I am using ReportLab/Python (opensource) to make these reports. Below is a snippet of my code.
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easy_install ReportLab works for me.

Reportlab supports several fonts internally. You can think of them as standard or default fonts. We’ll create a simple piece of code that is based on one of their examples to create a document with different fonts in it. Here’s the code:

This tutorial is designed to run on ReportLab 2.7 to 3.0+ and Django 1.6+.

reportlab 3.2.0 : Python Package Index

The subtitle for this article could easily be “How To Create PDFs with Python”, but WordPress doesn’t support that. Anyway, the premier PDF library in Python is . It is not distributed with that standard library, so you’ll need to download it if you want to run the examples in this tutorial. There will also be at least one example of how to put an image into a PDF, which means you’ll also need the (PIL). As I understand it, Reportlab is compatible with Python 2.x, and . They are currently working on a port for Python 3.x (or will be soon).

This tutorial is designed to run on ReportLab 2.7 to 3.0+ and Django 1.6+.

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So far I have generated the pdf and set Color to CMYK / RGB. But I have not been able to change the DPI of the pdf file. Does reportlab provide any function to set dpi to specified.