Print from HTML?
Don''t need browser just to send documents, posters, leaflets etc.
Don't need to knock it up somewhere else in HTML with a 'intelligent layout' (that'd fox most people for a start). Prinitng HTML is so much fun with browsers deciding to add margins and headers/footers no matter how much you click on 'no'. If I want to send something that can be printed as A4 I'm not going to fart aruond with HTML.
I can just see all those corporate bods beavering away at Word then clicking on the 'publish as HTML' button. If you thought pdf's were funny - MS Office stuff as HTML (and that's not normal HTML) is even funnier.
If a pdf doesn't look right then it's not necessarily any 'fault' of anyone.
If it's a menu copy then it's usually based on a folded document format - standard for a menu.
If the original document was meant to be folded - print the bloody thing out and fold it if it's too hard to read - it was created as something meant to print not flattened out on a screen.
Tent-fold printing - either print it out -like it was supposed to be done - or flip the thing over.
Doc files are notorious for trying to open in Open Office - odd formatting that is native to MS but supposedly transportable.
I've just finished a poster, heavy on graphics and text effects, what else should I use to transmit it and have it for others to print?