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Old 10-30-2011, 08:40 PM   #47
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Adjusting uneven line breaks with k2pdfopt

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Originally Posted by orpheus2011 View Post
Everything is working fine for me with release 1.32. However, I am trying to get text to be as aligned as possible - meaning full justification. I am getting rather uneven line breaks and have tried applying the help tips to get even line breaks. Am I correct in assuming that the way to do so is to use the d option from interactive menu and set the width and height as a multiple (1/2, 1/3, etc.) of DPI*l , where is respectively width or length in inches? Please advise if there is a better/correct way to do this. Many thanks!
The best way is to use the "o" interactive menu option (or -odpi command-line option). I revised the help page that discusses uneven line breaks to try to be more clear and also added an example: http://willus.com/k2pdfopt/help/linebreaks.shtml.
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