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GSF-OFFICE-THUMBNAILER(1)		      GNOME			GSF-OFFICE-THUMBNAILER(1)

NAME
       gsf-office-thumbnailer - office files thumbnailer for the GNOME desktop

SYNOPSIS
       gsf-office-thumbnailer [OPTIONS] infile outfile

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page briefly documents the gsf-office-thumbnailer command.

       gsf-office-thumbnailer is used internally by GNOME applications such as nautilus to gener-
       ate thumbnails of several types of office application  files.  While  it  is  possible  to
       invoke it manually, it is usually invoked automatically by nautilus.

OPTIONS
       This  program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with single letter options start-
       ing with a single dash (`-') and longer options starting with two dashes (`--').

   Main options
       -i, --input=filename
	      Name of file for which to create a thumbnail

       -o, --output=filename
	      Name of the file in which to store the thumbnail

       -s, --size=N
	      Size of thumbnail in pixels; the thumbnail will be at most N*N pixels large.

   Help options
       -?, --help
	      Display a brief usage message

LICENSE
       gsf-office-thumbnailer is licensed under the terms of version 2.1 of the GNU  Lesser  Gen-
       eral  Public  License (LGPL) as published by the Free Software Foundation. For information
       on this license look at the source code that came with the software or see the GNU project
       page <http://www.gnu.org/>.

AUTHOR
       gsf-office-thumbnailer's primary author is Federico Mena-Quintero <federico@novell.com>.

       The   initial   version	 of   this   manpage   was   written   by   J.H.M.  Dassen  (Ray)
       <jdassen@debian.org>.

gsf					 August 17, 2005		GSF-OFFICE-THUMBNAILER(1)
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