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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
 
  SETTING MARGINS ON THE READING DEVICE
If you want a little extra space around the text on your reading device, you can use the -om option to set the output margins (or select option (om) from the interactive settings menu in v1.16+). The examples below show the default conversion and the conversion with -om 0.3 (0.3-inch margins).

   
(default: -om 0.02)
   
-om 0.3

The -oml, -omr, -omb, and -omt options can also be used to more specifically set the output device left, right, bottom, and top margins, respectively.

 

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