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Command-Line Summary for PDFGenie

Usage: pdfgenie [<options>] file...


  --file... arg         A list of folders and/or file names to process.

  -o [ --output ] arg   The folder used to store output files. By default, the
                        output will be displayed on screen.

  -r [ --report ]       Takes PDF files with corresponding .xfdf files as an
                        input. Produces .xml report file with a comparison
                        between annotations specified in .xfdf and PDFGenie

  -x [ --xfdf ]         Exports xfdf file with annotations representing

  -s [ --subfolders ]   Process all sub-directory for every directory specified
                        in the argument list. By default, sub-directories are
                        not processed.

  --pass arg            The password to process the input file. The password is
                        required only when the input document is encrypted.

  --noprompt            Disables any user input. By default, the application
                        will ask for a valid password if the password is

  -v [ --version ]      Print the version information.

  -l [ --ligatures ]    Expand Ligatures.

  -d [ --duplicates ]   Remove duplicates.

  -p [ --punctuation ]  Punctuation Breaks.

  -h [ --hidden ]       Remove Hidden Text.

  -i [ --invisible ]    Remove Invisible Text.

  -b [ --debug ]        Generate pdf files with annotations for debugging.

  -t [ --tag ]          Generate a tagged pdf in the output folder.

  --config arg          Load xml file to configure font substitution for
                        missing fonts. By default, tries to load the file
                        "config.xml" in the current working directory.

  -h [ --help ]         Print a listing of available options.

  pdfgenie my.pdf
  pdfgenie C:\Dataset -o C:\Output -d

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