PDFArranger is a nifty little tool that allows you to split, merge, rotate and reorder one or multiple PDF files in Linux. See how to install and use it.
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It is not an easy task to find a good PDF editor for Linux. But we still tried to create a list of PDF editing tools in Linux for you.
Wondering how to edit PDF files in Linux? You won’t believe that editing PDF files could be this easy in any Linux distro including Ubuntu.
Got a messy collection of PDF files? Manage your PDF files in a better way with Great Little Book Shelf, a sleek looking open source application.
Looking for an easy way to convert multiple images to PDF in Ubuntu? Here is an easy to use GUI tool perfect for this job. Read more.
If you are looking for an editor like PDF-XChange Viewer, Foxit Reader or Adobe Reader in Ubuntu or other Linux distributions, then you should consider Master PDF Editor worth a try.
This tutorial teaches you to install R on Ubuntu. You’ll also learn how to run your first R program in Ubuntu using various methods.
We review the classic A Byte of Vim book. It’s a short book for beginners to get started with Vim editor. This book can be downloaded for free.
KIT Scenarist is an open source software for creating screenplays. You can use it for creating stories from the birth of the idea and before the transfer of the script to production.
Zettlr is an open source markdown editor with features that help writers and researchers. Read and see if Zettlr can be your next favorite application.