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How can I highlight PDFs?

I am new in ubuntu and I need a pdf viewer software that support text highlighting and comments,guide me please,thanks.

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marked as duplicate by devav2, Jorge Castro, ajmitch, belacqua, fossfreedom Nov 21 '12 at 22:53

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Unfortunately there is no native linux pdf viewer which offers decent annotation features.

I resolved to using Foxit Reader for Windows (the Linux version is really basic). and PDF Xchange Viewer through Wine (1.5 version installed through a ppa). The former works better under wine but the latter has in-built OCR and better annotation facilities in my opinion. It is a close match in any case. I've been using Foxit Reader 5.4 till last week and I'm using XChange viewer now.

To make it work in the best of ways, here's how: http://askubuntu.com/a/95404/27968

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Since this answer was posted, Okular has added the ability to annotate PDFs. See here. – Garrett May 28 '14 at 21:22

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