tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Thu Aug 23 22:18:49 UTC 2007
Nigel Wilkinson wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Aug 2007 17:05:13 -0400
> "Jimmy Wu" <jimmywu013+ubuntu-user-list at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just wondering if anyone knew of any pdf editors for Ubuntu? I
>> couldn't find any with the Add/Remove tool.
>> Specifically, all I need to do is split a large pdf into several
>> smaller chunks.
> How about pdf tk
> It can
> - Merge PDF documents
> - Split PDF pages into a new document
> - Decrypt input as necessary (password required)
> - Encrypt output as desired
> - Fill PDF Forms with FDF Data and/or Flatten Forms
> - Apply a Background Watermark
> - Report PDF on metrics, including metadata and bookmarks
> - Update PDF Metadata
> - Attach Files to PDF Pages or the PDF Document
> - Unpack PDF Attachments
> - Burst a PDF document into single pages
> - Uncompress and re-compress page streams
> - Repair corrupted PDF (where possible)
> but I haven't used it myself
I have! And it works very well once you get used to the command syntax.
It may not suit those who are not comfortable with the command line though.
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