xpstops man page

xpstops — XPS to PostScript converter

Synopsis

xpstops [OPTION...] FILE [OUTPUT FILE]

Description

xpstops converts XPS documents to PostScript format. xpstops reads the XPS file, FILE, and writes a PostScript file, OUTPUT FILE. If OUTPUT FILE is not specified the output filename will be derived from the OUTPUT FILE filename.

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.
--level2
Generate Level 2 PostScript. Level 2 supports color images and image compression.
--level3
Generate Level 3 PostScript. This enables all Level 2 features plus shading patterns and masked images. This is the default setting.
--eps
Generate an Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) file.
--paper=PAPER
Set the paper size to one of "A0", "A1", "A2", "A3", "A4", "A5", "B4", "B5", "Letter", "Tabloid", "Ledger", "Legal", "Statement", "Executive", "Folio", "Quarto", "10x14".
--duplex
Adds the %%IncludeFeature: *Duplex DuplexNoTumble DSC comment to the PostScript file. This tells the print manager to enable duplexing.
--paper-width=WIDTH
The paper width.
--paper-height=HEIGHT
The paper height.
--expand
Expand pages smaller than the paper to fill the paper. By default, pages are not scaled.
--no-shrink
Don't scale pages which are larger than the paper. By default, pages larger than the paper are shrunk to fit.
--no-center
Don't center on the paper pages smaller than the paper (after any scaling). By default, pages smaller than the paper are aligned to the lower-left corner.

Bugs

Please send bug reports to https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cg….

See Also

xpstojpeg(1)xpstopng(1)xpstopdf(1)xpstosvg(1)

Referenced By

xpstojpeg(1), xpstopdf(1), xpstopng(1), xpstosvg(1).

08/13/2015 XPS Tools XPS Tools