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        PDFCROP - crop pdf files to their minimal size.


        pdfcrop [OPTIONS ...] input[.pdf] [output file]


        pdfcrop  is  a  utility to calculate and remove empty margins from each
        page in the input PDF file.  The resulting  output  file  occupies  the
        minimal  paper  size  needed for the contents and is therefore suitable
        for inclusion as a graphic


        --help print usage
               print version
               verbose printing                      (default: false)
               debug informations                    (default: false)
        --gscmd <name>
               call of ghostscript                   (default: gs)
        --pdftexcmd <name>
               call of pdfTeX                        (default: pdftex)
        --margins "<left> <top> <right> <bottom>"
               (0 0 0 0) add extra margins, unit is bp. If only one  number  is
               given,  then it is used for all margins, in the case of two num‐
               bers they are also used for right and bottom.
               clipping support, if margins are set  (default: false)
               using   ‘%%HiResBoundingBox’    instead    of    ‘%%BoundingBox’
               (default: false)
        --papersize <foo>
               parameter  for  gs’s  -sPAPERSIZE=<foo>,  use only with older gs
               versions <7.32


               pdfcrop --margins 10 input.pdf output.pdf
               pdfcrop --margins ’5 10 5 20’ --clip input.pdf output.pdf


        pdfcrop has been written by Heiko Oberdiek.  This manual page has  been
        written  by  Frank Küster for the Debian/GNU Linux distribution and may
        be freely used, modified and/or distributed by anyone.