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ttf2afm(1)							      pdfTeX								ttf2afm(1)

NAME
ttf2afm - utility to generate AFM files for TrueType fonts SYNOPSIS
ttf2afm [OPTIONS] FONTFILE DESCRIPTION
ttf2afm is used to generate Adobe Font Metrics (AFM) files for TrueType (TTF) fonts to allow them to be used with TeX. ttf2afm takes the name of a TrueType font file as a required argument. It may also take one or more options from the list below (note that -d and -h are mutually exclusive). OPTIONS
-a print all glyphs -i read names in encoding vector in form `indexnum' -d print glyph names in the form `indexdecimal_num' -h print glyph names in the form `indexhex_num' -c name print encoding tables to file name.eMN, where M is the platform number and N is the encoding -e enc use encoding from file enc -o output output to file output instead of stdout Platform numbers can be one of 0 Apple Unicode 1 Macintosh 2 ISO 3 Microsoft Encodings can be 0 Roman (if platform is Macintosh) 0 Symbol (if platform is Microsoft) 1 Unicode (if platform is Microsoft) BUGS
None known, but submit bug reports to <pdftex@tug.org> (mailing list). AUTHOR
ttf2afm is part of pdfTeX and was written by Han The Thanh <thanh@informatics.muni.cz>. This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <cmc@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions without contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author). pdfTeX September 2000 ttf2afm(1)

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thumbpdf(1)							       teTeX							       thumbpdf(1)

NAME
thumbpdf - generate thumbnail images for a PDF file created with pdftex SYNOPSIS
thumbpdf [ OPTION... ] PDF_FILE DESCRIPTION
thumbpdf is used to create thumbnail images of individual pages within a PDF (Portable Document Format) document. USAGE
First run pdftex(1) on your document to create a PDF file. Then run thumbpdf to generate the thumbnails, a PDF file containing the thumb- nails, and a pdfTeX file to include the thumbnails in the PDF file. Finally, run pdftex(1) on your file again to create the final PDF file. thumbpdf calls gs(1) to generate PNG images of the pages within PDF_FILE, and pdftex(1) to create a PDF file containing the thumbnail images. OPTIONS
--help print usage --(no)makepng make PNG thumbnail images (default: true) --(no)makepdf generate new PDF file containing the thumbnails (default: true) --(no)makedef create a TeX file for pdftex(1) to read in (default: true) --(no)quiet suppress messages (default: false) --(no)verbose verbose messages (default: false) --(no)debug print debugging information while parsing (default: false) --resolution res resolution for GhostScript step (default: 9) --compress n pdfcompresslevel for thumbpdf.pdf (0-9; default: 9) --device | pngdev GhostScript PNG device; dev = `mono', `gray', `16', `256', `16m' (default: `png16m') FILES
thumbnn.png PNG thumbnail images thumbpdf.pdf PDF file containing thumbnail images thumbpdf.tex A pdfTeX program to include the thumbnails file thumbpdf.log pdfTeX log file thumbpdf.sty a LaTeX package to be included in files for which a user wants to generate thumbnails SEE ALSO
gs(1), pdftex(1). Web page: <http://tug.org/teTeX/> BUGS
None known, but report any bugs found to the author. COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 1999. thumbpdf is distributed under version 1, or (at your option) a later version of the LaTeX Project Public License. AUTHOR
thumbpdf was written by Heiko Oberdiek <oberdiek@ruf.uni-freiburg.de>. This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <c@eskimo.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions with- out contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author). teTeX September 2000 thumbpdf(1)

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