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<refpurpose>Specifies width used for adjusted indents</refpurpose>
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<refsection><info><title>Description</title></info>
<para>The <parameter>man.indent.width</parameter> parameter specifies
the width used for adjusted indents. The value of
<parameter>man.indent.width</parameter> is used for indenting of
lists, verbatims, headings, and elsewhere, depending on whether the
values of certain <literal>man.indent.*</literal> boolean parameters
are non-zero.</para>

<para>The value of <parameter>man.indent.width</parameter> should
include a valid roff measurement unit (for example,
<literal>n</literal> or <literal>u</literal>). The default value of
<literal>4n</literal> specifies a 4-en width; when viewed on a
console, that amounts to the width of four characters. For details
about roff measurment units, see the <literal>Measurements</literal>
node in the groff info page.</para>

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