BENNETT GAS PUMP
• Model 966
• These pumps were made in the mid 1950’s.
• Original Union 76 Pump.
• It has been gutted and cleaned inside.
• Has been clear coated with a gloss lacquer.
• Wired to light up and works off …
I am using [react-table](http://react-table.js.org) to generate a rather large table that I need to be able to print nicely. What does “nicely” mean? I do not want the contents of each cell to be clipped, split between pages, or auto-scaled to be smaller. Each page should have the appropriate header rows and each page should have the appropriate header column (the ID column).
I have a sample project:
To see the print result I would like to see, you can check out:
(It isn’t pixel perfect, but representative of what I am hoping to achieve.)
If the appropriate styling is not possible with the html that react-table ultimately produces, does anyone have advice on how I can massage my data into something that can result in the desired printed output?
The file https://github.com/EricG-Personal/table_print/blob/master/basic_table.html contains just the HTML and the react-table css file.