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PDFedit

PDFedit

PDFedit allows users complete control of editing PDF documents.

It is primary created for simple editing and manipulation of documents in PDF format. There is a graphical and command line interface available.

The software lets you change either raw PDF objects (for advanced users) or use predefined GUI functions. Functions can be easily added as everything is based on a scripts. Scripting is used to a great extent in the editor and almost anything can be scripted. It is also possible to create your own scripts or plugins to enhance the functionality of the package.

PDFedit is a low-level application for technical users that provides structured access to the internal structure of the PDF file. It may require familiarity with PDF specifications to be able to make substantial modifications.

PDFedit 0.4.5

Price
Free to download

Size
2.9MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Martin Petřček, Jozef Misutka, Michal Hocko, Miroslav Jahoda

Website
pdfedit.petricek.net

System Requirements
QT 3.x

Support:
SourceForge, Modifying PDF Files Tutorial

Selected Reviews:
Softpedia

Features include:

  • Console and graphical interface
    • Console - useful for typing in scripts and macros
    • Graphical - window is divided into 5 basic parts: Menu, Toolbars, Command part, Page space and Objects tree + property editor
  • Manipulate PDF documents in a number of ways
  • Add pages from another PDF
  • Text editing: add, delete text, change colour, size and fonts
  • Revision control
  • Simple drawing, lines, rectangles, layer control
  • Page rotation, text extraction

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