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Helper II
Helper II

Microsoft Flow converting Html into PDF

Hello Everyone

 

I am finding a lot of problems on converting my html into PDF from One drive

When it creates the PDF you open it up in one drive and all I see when I scroll the PDF is empty blank pages

However when you go scroll through it is showing the PDF

The other thing it shows everything thats in my folder.

 

 

 
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Super User
Super User

Re: Microsoft Flow converting Html into PDF

@mpezzutti 

This looks like a Flow question rather than a PowerApps question.  You'll want to go post this over in the Flow Community.  You'll get a quicker/better response there.

 

Link to Flow Community

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Flow-Community/ct-p/FlowCommunity

 

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Advocate II
Advocate II

Re: Microsoft Flow converting Html into PDF

This following one statement in the Document property on a PDF Viewer control will dynamically convert many document types to PDF you can display in your apps such as Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, HTML files. Loads more.

Substitute( Gallery1.Selected.Thumbnail, "transform/thumbnail", "transform/pdf" )

 

There is a more consistent way of doing it with PDF documents using the Graph APIs which surface a "@content.downloadUrl" property for any file, but this property in particular works 100% of the time, and once again you only need to set the Document property on the PDF Viewer to this field using the PA_Graph_DriveItems Flow I've shared on a really long blogs that speaks to loads more things you equally do using those APIs. 

 

Rather download the simplified version of demo app I've shared on that blog, and all the other Flows if you want to:

https://youtu.be/poKsDNYm9Jw

https://masteroffice365.com/powerapps/9/#DownloadSolution

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