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Usage: pdf2xps [<options>] file... OPTIONS: --file... arg A list of folders and/or file names to process. -o [ --output ] arg The output folder used to store modified files. The default output folder is the current working folder. --subfolders Process all sub-directories for every directory specified in the argument list. By default, sub-directories are not processed. -d [ --dpi ] arg (=92) The output resolution, from 1 to 1000, in Dots Per Inch (DPI) at which to render elements which cannot be directly converted. The higher the DPI, the larger the image. The default resolution is 92 DPI. --prefix arg The prefix for the output file. The output filename will be constructed by concatenating the prefix string and the appropriate extension (e.g. myprefix.xps or myprefix.oxps). The prefix option should be used only for conversion of individual documents. By default, each input filename will be used as a prefix. -a [ --pages ] arg (=-) Specifies the list of pages to convert. By default, all pages are converted. --url_links For conversions to .xps, .xod, .html or .epub only. By default links are not generated for urls found in the document. This option enables that generation. --printmode Displays annotations in the print mode. This option can be used to display 'Print Only' annotations and to hide 'Screen Only' annotations. --openxps Specifies the output format to be Open XPS rather than XPS. --norender Disables rendering of pages which cannot be mapped accurately to XPS. --enhance_thin_lines Makes thin lines appear thicker in the output document. This is useful because some thin lines can appear invisible in XPS, but not in the source document. --config arg Load xml file to configure font substitution for missing fonts. By default, tries to load the file "config.xml" in the current working directory. --noprompt Disables any user input. By default, the application will ask for a valid password if the password is incorrect. -p [ --pass ] arg The password for the input file. Not required if the input document is not secured. --extension arg (=.pdf) The default file extension used to process PDF documents. The default extension is ".pdf". --verb arg (=1) Set the verbosity level. Valid parameter values are 0, 1, and 2. The higher number results in more feedback. The default is 1. -v [ --version ] Print the version information. -h [ --help ] Print a listing of available options. Examples: pdf2xps -o test_out/ex1 "PDFTron PDF2XPS User Manual.pdf" pdf2xps -o test_out/ex3 -p mypass secret.pdf
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