Edit pdf files on ubuntu with Master PDF Editor

Master pdf editor is a "Cross-platform PDF and XPS Editor" that is free for non commercial use. Download from the following url

http://code-industry.net/pdfeditor.php

master_pdf_editor
The features according to the website are as follows :

With this easy-to-use and cost efficient application you can create, edit, preview, encrypt, sign and print XPS and interactive PDF documents with just a few clicks. 

Our robust and rich set of features includes the full support of PDF and XPS files, import/export PDF pages into JPG, TIFF, PNG, or BMP formats, converting XPS into PDF and vice versa, and 128 bit encryption. 

You can also add various controls such as buttons, text fields, checkboxes and more, as well as implement event handlers for predefined user actions such as pressing, clicking, hovering, and scrolling. 

Powerful commenting tools like Sticky Note and Stamp, as well as enhanced editing capabilities packed in the StrikeOut, Underline, and Highlight functions will make your work easier than ever. 

And what about the system requirements? 
They are as low as possible: 
Microsoft Windows 2003, 2008, XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32 and 64 bit), Linux x64/x32 and Mac OS X. 
No hardware restrictions at all, so you can use the program even on legacy PCs.

The linux version works very well on Ubuntu. So try it







Last Updated On : 2nd March 2013

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  • We’re the developers of PDF Studio, another cross-platform PDF editor for Linux, Mac and Windows. It is commercial but I wanted to mention this for those who are heavy users and need advanced functions. It supports annotating, marking up, assembling, form filling, signing and OCR and is compatible with the PDF format.

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