I was wondering if there is a pdf reader-writer-publisher-editor that can add text, highlight, shapes and general edit an existing pdf document.
Something like Nitro in windows.
on 12/13/2012 – Made popular on 12/13/2012
I want to remove all the images from a document in libreoffice. I tried on interent but did not get any information on this. my document consists of 350, I can't do, searching and delete one by one.I tried unchecking an option
options>libreoffice writer>view>Display> "Graphics and objects". But its of no use.
There are many tools which allow a group of users to collaboratively edit a document as a team. Etherpad is a web-based open-source document editor which enables you to collaborate on a document in real-time.
Gnome 3.4 brought us the ability to see recent documents in the desktop search via gnome shell, but at some point in the last few months, Gnome Documents has become the default program for opening libreoffice documents and .pdfs from the shell as well.
Is there a way to change language for all text boxes in a Publisher 2013 document? I have an existing file with a bunch of text boxes set to a wrong language, screwing up spell checking and hyphenation, and I couldn't find a better way than:
Click on a single text box,
Select all text using Ctrl+A,
Review -> Language -> Set proofing language.
I am on a Windows machine, and I am using NoMachine to connect to a development box. Unfortunately, the box runs on RHEL5, so lots of software is not supported. I want to use Sublime Text. Is there a way for me to edit files on my development box from Windows after connecting to the box through NoMachine?
Some input on this topic would be great. I would like to be able to create and edit the text of a file, all from the command line. On a Mac I saw someone use >Nano file_name. No pop-up window, just create the file and start editing.
My current command line is "Command Prompt with Ruby and Rails." Apparently I have VIM installed, or VI.