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I have designed, basically adjusted three different tables along in such a away that it seems to be a single table. All the three tables are different nos. of column.

Actually, I'm try to print the entire html(table) section exactly it appears on webpage where the design has been done using internal css and jQuery.

I'm using printThis.js to print....the code is as:

What I have tried:

$(document).on("click", "#btnPrintInvoice", function (e) {
                debug: false,               
                importCSS: true,            
                importStyle: true,           
                printContainer: true,      
                loadCSS: "", 
                pageTitle: "Test002",
                removeInline: false,        
                printDelay: 333,            
                header: null,               
                formValues: true            

Posted 8-Nov-17 22:15pm
Updated 9-Nov-17 8:04am

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Solution 1

I've worked with JSPDF before and encountered similar problems; the PDF rendering is not capable of using several of the standard HTML styling elements. It's a cool product, but it does have some serious limitations.

I had the most luck using Auto-Table[^] and creating a style strictly used when creating a printable table. It's going to take a bit of research and experimentation to get the styling right.

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