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chm2pdf - A tool convert chm to pdf format

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NAME

chm2pdf - A tool convert chm to pdf format
 

SYNOPSIS

chm2pdf [action] [options] [packages] ...
 

DESCRIPTION

chm2pdf is a package supports batch conversion, command line, PDF security options, password protection and compression modes. The program has Explorer-like interface
 
 

OPTIONS

Actions of chm2pdf: (Usage: /usr/bin/chm2pdf [options] input_filename [output_filename])
 
--`bodycolorcolor
Specifies the background color for all pages.
 
--`bodyfont
{courier,helvetica,monospace,sans,serif,times}
 
--bodyimage
{bmp,gif,jpg,png}
 
--`book
Specifies that the HTML sources are structured (headings, chapters, etc.).
 
--`bottommargin{in,cm,mm}
Specifies the bottom margin in points (no suffix or ##pt), inches (##in), centimeters (##cm), or millimeters (##mm).
 
--`browserwidthpixels
See http://www.htmldoc.org/newsgroups.php?ghtmldoc.general+v:3465
 
--`charset{cp-874...1258,iso-8859-1...8859-15,koi8-r}
Specifies the ISO character set to use for the output.
 
--`color
Specifies that PDF output should be in color.
 
--`continuous
Specifies that the HTML sources are unstructured (plain web pages). No page breaks are inserted between each file or URL in the output.
 
--`cookies'name="valuewithspace";name=value'
 
--`datadirdirectory
Specifies the location of the HTMLDOC data files, usually /usr/share/htmldoc
 
--`duplex
Specifies that the output should be formatted for double-sided printing.
 
--`effectduration{0.1..10.0}
Specifies the duration in seconds of PDF page transition effects.
 
--`embedfonts
Specifies that fonts should be embedded in PDF output.
 
--`encryption
Enables encryption of PDF files.
 
--`extract-only
Extract the HTML files from the CHM file and stop. The extracted files will be found in CHM2PDF_WORK_DIR/input_filename_without_extension.
 
--`firstpage{p1,toc,c1}
 
--`fontsize{4.0..24.0}
Specifies the default font size for body text.
 
--`headfootsize{6.0..24.0}
Sets the size of the font to use on headers and footers.
 
--`headingfont{courier,helvetica,monospace,sans,serif,times}
Sets the typeface to use for headings.
 
--`help
Displays a summary of command-line options.
 
--`jpegquality
Sets the JPEG compression level to use for large images. A value of 0 disables JPEG compression.
 
--`landscape
 
--`leftmargin{in,cm,mm}
Specifies the left margin in points
 
--`linkcolorcolor
Sets the color of links. You can use well-known color names like blue, or the usual #RRGGBB notation.
 
--`links
Enables generation of links in PDF files (default).
 
--`linkstyle{plain,underline}
Sets the style of links.
 
--`logoimagefilename.{bmp,gif,jpg,png}
Specifies an image to be used as a logo in the header or footer in a PDF document.
 
--`logoimagefilename.{bmp,gif,jpg,png}
Note that you need to use the header and/or footer options with the l parameter.
 
--`no-compression
Disables compression of PDF file.
 
--`no-duplex
Disables double-sided printing.
 
--`no-embedfonts
Specifies that fonts should not be embedded in PDF and PostScript output.
 
--`no-encryption
Disables document encryption.
 
--no-links
Disables generation of links in a PDF document.
 
--`no-localfiles
 
--`no-numbered
Disables automatic heading numbering.
 
--`no-overflow
 
--`no-strict
Disables strict HTML input checking.
 
--`no-title
Disables generation of a title page.
 
--`no-toc
Disables generation of a table of contents.
 
--`numbered
Numbers all headings in a document.
 
--`nup{1,2,4,6,9,16}
Sets the number of pages that are placed on each output page. Valid values are 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, and 16.
 
--`overflow
Specifies that PDF output should be in color.
 
--`owner-passwordpassword
Sets the owner password for encrypted PDF files.
 
--`pageduration{1.0..60.0}
Sets the view duration of a page in a PDF document.
 
--`pageeffect{none,bi,bo,d,gd,gdr,gr,hb,hsi,hso,vb,vsi,vso,wd,wl,wr,wu}
Specifies the page transition effect for all pages; this attribute is ignored by all Adobe PDF viewers.
 
--`pagelayout{single,one,twoleft,tworight}
Specifies the initial layout of pages for a PDF file.
 
--`pagemode{document,outline,fullscreen}
Specifies the initial viewing mode for a PDF file.
 
--`pathdir1;dir2;dir3;...;dirN
Specifies a search path for files in a document.
 
--`permissions{all,annotate,copy,modify,print,no-annotate,no-copy,no-modify,
no-print,none} Specifies document permissions for encrypted PDF files. Separate multiple permissions with commas.
 
--`portrait
 
--`quiet
Suppresses all messages, even error messages.
 
--`rightmargin{in,cm,mm}
Specifies the right margin in points
 
--`size{letter,a4,WxH{in,cm,mm},etc}
Specifies the page size using a standard name or in points (no suffix or ##x##pt), inches (##x##in), centimeters (##x##cm), or millimeters (##x##mm). The standard sizes that are currently recognized are "letter" (8.5x11in), "legal" (8.5x14in), "a4" (210x297mm), and "universal" (8.27x11in).
 
--`strict
Enables strict HTML input checking.
 
--`textcolorcolor
Specifies the default color of all text.
 
--`textfont{courier,helvetica,monospace,sans,serif,times}
 
--`title
Enables the generation of a title page.
 
--`titlefilefilename.{htm,html,shtml}
Specifies the file to use for the title page. If the file is an image then the title page is automatically generated using the document meta data and image title.
 
--`tocheaderfff
Sets the page header to use on table-of-contents pages. See below for the format of fff.
 
--`tocfooterfff
Sets the page footer to use on table-of-contents pages. See below for the format of fff.
 
--`toclevelslevels
Sets the number of levels in the table-of-contents.
 
--`toctitlestring
Sets the title for the table-of-contents.
 
--`topmargin{in,cm,mm}
Specifies the top margin in points (no suffix or ##pt), inches (##in), centimeters (##cm), or millimeters (##mm).
 
--`user-passwordpassword
Specifies the user password for encryption of PDF files.
 
--`version
Displays the current version number.
 
--`webpage
Specifies that the HTML sources are unstructured (plain web pages). A page break is inserted between each file or URL in the output.
 
--`color
Specifies that PDF output should be in color.
 
--`color
Specifies that PDF output should be in color.
 

BUGS

Please report chm2pdf bugs to http://chm2pdf.googlecode.com/
 

SEE ALSO

chm2pdf--`help
 

AUTHORS

Massimo Sandal <devicerandom@gmail.com>
 
Chris Karakas <chris@karakas-online.de>
 
 
This manual page was written by Steve Stalcup <vorian@ubuntu.com> for the Ubuntu GNU/Linux system.
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