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MIKTEX-DVICOPY(1)		 User Commands		     MIKTEX-DVICOPY(1)

NAME
       miktex-dvicopy -	produce	modified copy of DVI file

SYNOPSIS
       miktex-dvicopy [option...] indvi	outdvi

DESCRIPTION
       This man	page is	an adaption of the corresponding TeX Live man page.

       miktex-dvicopy reads a DVI file,	expands	any references to virtual
       fonts to	base fonts, and	writes the resulting DVI file. Thus you	can
       use virtual fonts even if your DVI processor does not support them, by
       passing the documents through miktex-dvicopy first.

OPTIONS
       --alias=name
	   Pretend to be program name, i.e., set program (and memory dump)
	   name	to name.  This may affect the search paths and other values
	   used. Using this option is equivalent to copying the	program	file
	   to name and invoking	name.

       --disable-installer
	   Disable automatic installation of packages.	Specifying this	option
	   overrules settings in the MiKTeX configuration data store.

       --enable-installer
	   Enable automatic installation of packages.  Specifying this option
	   overrules settings in the MiKTeX configuration data store.

       --help
	   Give	help and exit.

       --hhelp
	   This	option is only available on Windows systems: show the manual
	   page	in an HTML Help	window and exit	when the window	is closed.

       --include-directory=dir
	   Add the directory dir to the	head of	the list of directories	to be
	   searched for	input files.

       --mag=mag
	   Override existing magnification with	mag.

       --max-pages=n
	   Process n pages; default one	million. This option cannot be used
	   together with --select.

       --page-start=pagespec
	   Start at page-spec, for example 2 or	5.*.-2.	This option cannot be
	   used	together with --select.

       --record-package-usages=file
	   Record all package usages and write them into file.

       --select=sel
	   Select pages	to be copied.

	   The syntax for sel is: start	[n], where start is the	starting page
	   specification (for example 2	or 5.*.-2) and n (optional) is the
	   maximum number of pages to be copied.

	   You can use up to 10--select	options. This option cannot be used
	   together with --max-pages or	--page-start.

       --trace[=tracestreams]
	   Enable trace	messages.  The tracestreams argument, if specified, is
	   a comma-separated list of trace stream names	(Chapter 9, Trace
	   Streams).

       --version
	   Show	version	information and	exit.

ENVIRONMENT
       MIKTEX_TRACE
	   Comma-separated list	of trace stream	names (see Chapter 9, Trace
	   Streams). If	this variable is set, then MiKTeX programs will	write
	   trace messages into the configured log sink.

MiKTeX 20.11		       November	2, 2020		     MIKTEX-DVICOPY(1)

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