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       evince - GNOME document viewer

       The   Evince   Document   Viewer  application  for  the  GNOME  desktop


       evince  [--help]  [--page-label=PAGE |  --page-index=NUMBER |  --named-
       dest=DEST]  [--fullscreen] [--presentation] [--preview] [--find=STRING]



       Evince is a document viewer capable of displaying multiple  and  single
       page  document  formats  like  PDF  and  Postscript.   For more general
       information   about   Evince    please    visit    our    website    at


       -?, -h, --help
              Prints the command line options.

       -p, --page-label=PAGE
              Open  the document on the page with the specified page label (or
              page number).

       -i, --page-index=NUMBER
              Open the document on the page  with  the  specified  page  index
              (this is the exact page number, not a page label).

       -n, --named-dest=DEST
              Open the document on the specified named destination.

       -f, --fullscreen
              Run evince in fullscreen mode.

       -s, --presentation
              Run evince in presentation mode.

       -l, --find=string
              You  can  pass  a word or phrase here. If it exists, evince will
              display the document and the first match.

              Specifies the file to open when Evince starts. If  this  is  not
              specified,  Evince  will open a blank window. Multiple files can
              be loaded if they are separated by spaces.  Evince also supports
              handling  of  remote  files.   For  example,  you  can  pass the
              location on the web or load a  file  from  a  FTP  server,  like

Print preview options

       These  options  are  primarily  intended  for  use  with the GTK+ print
       preview  function.  For  more  information  about  these  options   see

       -w, --preview
              Run evince as a previewer.

              If evince is run in preview mode, this will unlink the temporary
              file created by GTK+.

       --print-settings %s %f
              This sends the full path of the PDF file, f, and the settings of
              the print dialog, s, to evince.


       If     you     find     a     bug,     please     report     it      at