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Getting Started:
    1. Windows
  Text Menu
  (now with video!)
  2. Linux
  Env vars
  3. Mac OSX
  4. Help in other languages

FAQ | Forum

Customizing K2PDFOPT:
    1. K2pdfopt GUIs
    2. Disabling the Windows GUI
    3. The interactive menu
    4. List of command-line options
    5. Using a shortcut
  (now with video!)
  6. Using the K2PDFOPT environment variable
  7. Using the command line

Adjusting the output:
    1. Screen Size
    2. Increasing the magnification
    3. Landscape mode
    4. Output File Size
    5. Setting Margins
    6. Color Output
    7. Uneven Line Breaks/ Excess Margins

Processing Options:
    1. Showing Markings
    2. OCR
    3. Native PDF
  (now with video!)
    4. Auto-Straightening
    5. Ignoring Borders/ Headers/Footers
    6. Detecting Columns
    7. Protecting Regions
    8. Column Order
    9. Right-to-Left Page Scanning
    10. Using Ghostscript
You can also choose to run k2pdfopt.exe from the Windows (or Linux or OSX) command (terminal) shell, e.g.

    C:\MyDocs> k2pdfopt myfile.pdf -ui- -j 0 -w 480 -h 800 -bpc 2

    You'll need to move k2pdfopt.exe to a folder which is in your command path.

Some other examples:

    C:\MyDocs> k2pdfopt *.pdf -ui- -odpi 250

(Converts all files ending in .pdf using output dpi of 250.)

    C:\MyDocs> k2pdfopt myfile1.pdf myfile2.pdf myfile3.pdf -ui- -col 1

(Converts myfile1.pdf, myfile2,pdf, and myfile3.pdf using no multi-column detection.)


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