On 07/23/2018 10:20 AM, Cley Faye wrote:
Le lun. 23 juil. 2018 à 04:23, Diamondblack <email@example.com> a
I am a complete novice and I do not want to come on the forum and upset
anyone with such a simple task.
I have Downloaded and installed LibreOffice 5.4.7.
I have two PDF Files and all I need to do is change the text and I can not
ever work out how to do a simple edit.
All I have to do is change 2017 to 2009 on the first PDF file and change
1967 to 1959 on the other PDF file.
For that kind of changes LibreOffice might not be your best option.
You should look into InkScape (it's also free software:
https://inkscape.org/en/ ). It can open PDF file with much more fidelity
than LibreOffice and allow very simple text changes (just double-click on
the text you want to edit).
LibreOffice is more of an authoring tool, and as said by others PDF is
*not* a format designed to be easily editable.
I did not know that Inkscape would edit PDF files.
I just used it on Linux, instead of Corel Draw that is installed on
Will look into that myself. I do hope this answer helps the original
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