Hi,<BR> <BR> Im developing a online purchase store, and upon successful purchasing, order form (invoices) will be sent to the sales team in HTML format, in which they will print out.<BR><BR> Since the invoices are dynamically created, the height of the table is not fix, and may spill over to the next page. Is there a better way of doing this? I read some sites, they suggest to write to MS Word. How do i do that?<BR>Example now i have this : <BR><BR>HTML = &#060;table width=""100%""&#062;&#060;tr&#062;&#060;td&#062;"< BR>HTML = HTML & "Invoice No : " & request.form("invoice_no") & "&#060;/td&#062;&#060;/tr&#062;&#060;table&#062;"<BR><BR>Something like that, the data is stored in HTML variable. How do i write that to MS Word, and attach as email to the sales so that they open the WOrd doc attachment and see the nicely formatted invoice?<BR><BR>Please help me, THanks!<BR><BR>Graceigreeny