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I need software to create and read PDF files in my Ubuntu 14.04 like Nitro in Windows 7?

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  • Perhaps you could clarify what you mean by "create" PDF files? – Brian Z Oct 4 '14 at 12:51

To view pdf you can use evince (comes by default with Ubuntu).
Creating pdf depends on what kind of pdf you want to make. Like libreoffice has option to export as pdf. Then almost all Image editor or graphics software has option to export as pdf. Also you can use print to file option of Ubuntu to make pdf out any document of image. Then there is also pdfsam which you can use to marge split pdf file. And you can use pdfedit to edit pdf.


Here some:

Master PDF Editor: is complete solution for creation and editing PDF and XPS files.


PDFedit: Free and open source editor for manipulating PDF documents. GUI version + commandline interface.


PoDoFoBrowser: is a graphical browser and editor for the object structure of PDF files.



To read pdf files:

To merge and split PDF files (with GUI):

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