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    Default any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

    any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

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    I use OpenOffice to edit pdf files.

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    Default Απ: Re: any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

    I use okular and acrobat reader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stamostolias View Post
    I use okular and acrobat reader.
    How to edit a pdf file in Okular???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ski_K2 View Post
    I use OpenOffice to edit pdf files.
    It just open the text in openoffice powerpoint.

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    Default Re: any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

    i need a software like FOXIT PHANTOM PDF

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    Quote Originally Posted by SalmanQamar View Post
    It just open the text in openoffice powerpoint.
    I use Writer to open then edit and save as PDF

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    Default Re: any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

    Hi,

    I can suggest following software:
    pdfedit: PDFedit - pdf manipulating library, GUI, tools (there are pdfedit versions for older opensuse versions)
    pdftk + pdftk-qgui: you can install it from the Packman repository.

    Good luck

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    Default Re: any pdf editor for opensuse11.3

    I have to agree. I've been using pdfedit since 2008. See below:

    About project

    PDFedit is free and open source library for manipulating PDF documents, released under terms of GNU GPL version 2. It includes PDF manipulating library based on xpdf, GUI and set of command line tools.

    Library


    Multiplatform library working on Unix systems, Windows32/64 and also Windows CE and others. You can use it to read, change and extract information from a PDF file. It is based on xpdf library.
    Ongoing activity: reimplementing of operators, adding more tools, fixing bugs

    Tools


    Tools include example usage of the library which proved to be useful.
    Ongoing activity: adding tools on the fly mostly for easier bug fixing

    GUI


    Graphical interface based on QT3.x which heavily depends on scripting; therefore, any user can modify the behaviour by scripts and plugins.
    Ongoing activity: porting to QT4, fixing bugs

    Please refer: PDFedit - pdf manipulating library, GUI, tools


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    On 02/03/2011 05:36 PM, SalmanQamar wrote:
    > FOXIT PHANTOM PDF


    never heard of it, what it do which is special?

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