5 Best Linux PDF Editors
For probably the better part of 15 years, PDF has been the de facto standard for sharing, e-mailing, and printing documents. It is a well-supported format, and Linux distributions have been able to read them since, well, since forever! The only problem is, while Windows and MacOS machines can easily buy and install Adobe Acrobat Pro, there is no native Linux version. Still, there are a few good Linux PDF editors
available, and I had a go at testing them for you.
For the purposes of this article, I tested a variety of Linux PDF editors, both open-source and proprietary, with two PDF documents, a PDF generated by Wikipedia, as well as a large PDF from Adobe with many pages and images, in order to see how each program handled them. In this way, readers can see what happens when each program edits a PDF.
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