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PDFXUP -- v1.30 (2015/10/06)
N. Markey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
pdfxup is a unix/linux shell script that creates a PDF
document where each page is obtained by combining several
pages of a PDF file given as output. The important feature
of pdfxup, compared to similar programs, is that it tries to
compute the (global) bounding box of the input PDF file, in
order to remove the margins and to keep the text only.
Instead of having the font size divided by 2 (for the case
of 2-up output), in some case you may end up with the same
font size as in the original document (as is the case for a
default 'article' document produced by LaTeX).
pdfxup uses ghostscript for computing the maximal bounding
box of (some of) the pages of the document, and then uses
pdflatex (with graphicx package) in order to produce the new
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