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Date:      Thu, 23 Apr 2020 16:59:57 +0200
From:      Per olof Ljungmark <peo@nethead.se>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: PDF Documents Manipulation Software options
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On 2020-04-23 12:16, Ottavio Caruso via freebsd-questions wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Apr 2020 at 10:32, Tomasz CEDRO <tomek@cedro.info> wrote:
>>
>> Also recent versions of LibreOffice can import/export and edit PDF files I
>> am using with success and its in the ports :-)
> 
> Yes, but the quality and the rendering of even simple text-only pdf
> documents is atrocious! If the document to be edited is text only,
> it's just better to convert it to text, edit it and then reconvert it
> back to pdf. Otherwise, if there are pictures or multi columns, I
> can't see any professional alternatives to Acrobat Pro.
> 

Depending on what one wants to achieve, Inkscape can read and write 
pdf's, albeit one page at a time.
--
Per



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