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XPSTOPNG(1)				    XPS Tools				      XPSTOPNG(1)

NAME
       xpstopng - XPS to PNG converter

SYNOPSIS
       xpstopng [OPTION...] FILE [OUTPUT FILE]

DESCRIPTION
       xpstopng converts XPS documents to PNG format.  xpstopng reads the XPS file, FILE, and
       writes a PNG file per page with the page number and file type appended to OUTPUT FILE. If
       OUTPUT FILE is not specified "page" will be used.

OPTIONS
       -?, --help
	   Show help options.

       -d DOCUMENT, --document=DOCUMENT
	   The document inside the XPS file to convert. By default, the first document of the XPS
	   file is used.

       -f PAGE, --first=PAGE
	   The first page to convert.

       -l PAGE, --last=PAGE
	   The last page to convert.

       -o, --odd
	   Convert only odd pages.

       -e, --even
	   Convert only even pages.

       -r RESOLUTION, --resolution=RESOLUTION
	   Horizontal and vertical resolution in PPI (Pixels Per Inch). The default is 150 PPI.

       --rx=RESOLUTION
	   Horizontal resolution in PPI (Pixels Per Inch). The default is 150 PPI.

       --ry=RESOLUTION
	   Vertical resolution in PPI (Pixels Per Inch). The default is 150 PPI.

       -x X, --crop-x=X
	   The x-coordinate of the crop area top left corner.

       -y Y, --crop-y=Y
	   The y-coordinate of the crop area top left corner.

       -w WIDTH, --crop-width=WIDTH
	   The width of crop area.

       -h HEIGHT, --crop-height=HEIGHT
	   The height of crop area.

       -t, --transparent-bg
	   Use a transparent background for pages instead of white.

BUGS
       Please send bug reports to https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=libgxps.

SEE ALSO
       xpstojpeg(1) xpstopdf(1) xpstops(1) xpstosvg(1)

XPS Tools				    11/19/2011				      XPSTOPNG(1)
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