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       mupdf - MuPDF is a lightweight PDF viewer written in portable C


       mupdf [options] file


       MuPDF is a document viewer that can show PDF, XPS, EPUB, XHTML, CBZ, and various image
       formats such as PNG, JPEG, GIF, and TIFF.


       A description of each of the supported options is included below.

       -p password
              Uses the given password to open an encrypted PDF file.  The password is tried both
              as user and owner password.

       -r resolution
              Changes the initial zoom level, specified as the resolution in dpi.  The default
              value is 72.

       -A bits
              Changes the anti-aliasing quality, specified as a number of bits between 0 (off)
              and 8 (best).  The default value is 8.

       -C RRGGBB
              Sets the full-page tint using hexadecimal color syntax.  The default value is

       -W width
              Page width in points for EPUB layout.

       -H height
              Page height in points for EPUB layout.

       -S size
              Font size in points for EPUB layout.

       -U CSS-file
              User style sheet for EPUB layout.


       Left mouse button click
              A left click on a hyper link follows the link.  In presentation mode advances to
              the next page.

       Right mouse button click
              In presentation mode goes back to the previous page.

       Left mouse button drag
              Pan the page.  Panning beyond the bottom or top edge will go to the next or
              previous page.

       Right mouse button drag
              Select text in an area.  On X11, the selected text can be pasted in another
              application with a middle click.  Press Ctrl+C to copy the selected text to the
              clipboard.  On Windows, the selected text will automatically be copied to the

       Scroll wheel
              Pan page up or down.  Does not change page when reaching the bottom or top edge.

       Shift + Scroll wheel
              Pan page left or right.

       Control + Scroll wheel
              Zoom in or out.


       Page navigation:

       . pgdn right space
              Go to the next page.

       , pgup left b backspace
              Go to the previous page.

       <, >   Skip back/forth 10 pages at a time.

       123g   Go to page 123.

       g, G   Go to the first or last page.

       m      Mark current page for snap back.  Up to 256 pages can be marked.

       t      Pop back to the latest mark.

       [0–9]m Save the current page number in the numbered register.

       [0–9]t Go to the page saved in the numbered register.

       Zooming and rotating:

       +, -   Zoom in or out.

       W, H   Zoom page to exactly fit width/height of window.

       Z      Zoom page to fit either to width or height of window.

       L, R   Rotate page left (counter-clockwise) or right (clockwise).

       w      Shrinkwrap window to fit the page.

       f      Toggles fullscreen mode.


       h, j, k, l
              Pan page left, down, up, or right.


       /, ?   Search for text forwards or backwards.

       n, N   Find the next/previous search result.


       [, ]   Increase/decrease EPUB/XHTML font size.

       r      Reload file.

       p      Toggle presentation mode.

       P      Displays the current page number temporarily.

       c      Toggle between color and grayscale rendering.

       C      Toggle full-page color tinting.

       i      Toggle between normal and inverted color rendering.

       S      Save updated document file.

       q      Quit.


       SIGHUP Sending a SIGHUP signal to the mupdf process will also cause the viewed file to be
              reloaded automatically, for use in e.g. build scripts.


              When mupdf opens a link it first uses BROWSER to browse the link and falls back to
              "xdg-open" if BROWSER is not defined.




       MuPDF is Copyright 2006–2017 Artifex Software, Inc.

                                         January 12, 2016                                MUPDF(1)