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I would suggest you take a look at PDFcrop. If you wish to crop a pdf with left, top, right and bottom margins of 5, 10, 20, and 30 pt (points), then run pdfcrop --margins '5 10 20 30' input. pdf output
For Ubuntu or Debian (personally tested on Debian Wheezy - 64-bit build): From trogdor1138's comment at archlinux site, get the google-chrome rpm: wget ftp://fr2. rpmfind. net/linux/sourceforge/s/sn/snowbird/yum/sb20/google-chrome-stable-30
Give exiftool a try, it is available from the package libimage-exiftool-perl in the repositories. As an example, If you have a pdf file called drawing. pdf and you want to update its metadata, Use the utility, exiftool, in this way: exiftool -Title="
Here are a few more details about the "non-GUI" method. You can use this method not only to convert ODT files to PDF. It will also work for MS Word DOCX files (it will work as well as LibreOffice is able to handle the particular ODT), and, in general
I have some PDFs which are actually forms, with fields to fill. Is there some software that can fill those fields? Xournal will allow you to draw/write anything on top layer of any PDF document and then export it back to PDF. To install it from the t
I have a scanned PDF file which is an application form, and a picture which is the scanned version of my signature (for example, this one) and can be in any image format such as EPS or PNG. I would like to put the signature picture on the blank space
Try LaTeX with pdflatex. I had never used it before but it took me about 10 minutes to start making . PDFs with it and about 40 minutes to get them customized exactly as I wanted
Possible Duplicates:Text Editor for very big file - WindowsWhat editor/viewer to use to inspect large text based files? Any text editor can do XML as long as they're small, but I need to edit XMLs way over 100MB each. These XMLs are conversions from
1 Open Adobe Acrobat. Adobe Acrobat is the primary tool used to create PDF files. If you already have it, simply open it
How to convert PDFs to JPGs Drag and drop your PDF in the box above and we’ll convert the files for you. Afterwards you can pick the pictures you want and save them to your computer. JPG format for good quality JPG is the most common image format on