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1. Creating HTML Reports in PowerShell

By Don Jones

Cover design by Nathan Vonnahme


Learn to properly use ConvertTo-HTML to produce multi-section, well-formed HTML reports – but then go further with a custom EnhancedHTML module! Produce beautiful, color-coded, dynamic, multi-section reports easily and quickly. By Don Jones.


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