Install LibreOffice. When you execute LibreOffice, click
File/Open. Then select the pdf file you wish to open. LibreOffice will
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is very similar to Microsoft Office's Powerpoint. Modify what you need.
On 2/14/2012 2:30 PM, John Bowers wrote:
I checked the FAQs and the forum and did not find any subject lines containing exactly "editing pdf
files", so I am sending this email. I have a pdf file consisting of forms with numbers and text in
various boxes. I would like to edit some of the numbers. Do you know if this is possible using LibreOffice?
According to this entry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_PDF_software, it would appear to be possible.
I wanted to confirm this before downloading and installing LibreOffice.
thanks very much,
Victoria, BC. Canada
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