If you have many HTML files and don't want to install and program wkhtmltopdf, consider using a hosted API such as DocRaptor.com's HTML to PDF API. wkhtmltopdf is based on the WebKit browser engine and is great for translating websites into PDFs. However, if you're writing custom HTML designed to be printed, DocRaptor has a number of print-specific features such as support for CSS @Page queries. Note. I work for DocRaptor.
The Doctor developer's documentation does not cover this particular topic (and that includes any documentation for wkhtmltopdf). Do not assume that a Doctor application will print PDF files to PDF. Do not assume that you can export a PDF from Doctor. Do not assume that Adobe's Adobe Acrobat Reader (or any application) can export HTML files to PDF. Do not assume that your doctor application will import PDFs to use as images or for other purposes. You will need to import the PDF files into your doctor application. For more details, consult the DocRaptor.com HTML to PDF API. This article is part of my Doctor series, in which I will teach you about a wide range of Doctor applications that you might use to solve daily issues. As always, I'd love feedback about any of these applications or questions you might have. If you are using one of the above applications, please.