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Thanks Robert, Xournal does the job.

I ignored it because the notes say it's for handwritten annotations, but it does have a text input also

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On 20/11/12 13:50, Robert Funnell wrote:
Keith -

Are you still looking for a workaround? Have you tried the PDF annotation function in Xournal? I use it under Debian so I assume it's available under Ubuntu.

- Robert

On Thu, 15 Nov 2012, Keith Bates wrote:

I am using Ubuntu 12.10 and LO

Every month or so our church has a music practice which basically involves me reproducing sheet music and word sheets, then adding a photocopying licence number to each piece of music.

Typically I might scan 16 to 20 pages in a session. I am using the program "Simple Scan" to do this.

In the past it was straight forward to scan the music to a pdf document then use LO pdf importer to add the required text. The last few times I have tried to do this the document just opens as a series of blank pages. I know the pdf is OK because other pdf viewers show it.

I did use pdfEdit to fill the gap but this can no longer be used in Ubnuntu 12.10

Does anyone know how to resolve this? I could go back to using stickers with the required text, but using LO to add the text prior to printing is much simpler when it works.

God bless you
Keith Bates
Narrabri NSW

Jesus is the Way
the Truth and the Life

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