Evince PDF Reader Alternative for Linux / Ubuntu / Unix

PDF Studio Viewer is a user friendly, powerful, FREE PDF viewer that works on all Linux / Unix distributions including Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, OpenSuse, Solaris, Fedora, AIX, and others. It is a good alternative to Evince to view and navigate PDF documents on Linux as it contains many advanced viewing features. Features available in PDF Studio […]

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Installing a Brother Printer on Linux

Q: I am running Ubuntu Linux, I just installed PDF Studio and I am unable to print a PDF document. A: In order to print under Linux, you will need to install the printer driver for your printer. This is required to print from any application, not only PDF Studio. Different printers will have different setup, […]

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Free solutions to convert PDF to Word in Windows, Mac and Linux

Here are free solution for PDF to Word conversion: Convert with Microsoft Word 2013 or higher (Windows): If you have the Windows version of Microsoft Office 2013 or later, you can simply open PDF Documents with Microsoft Word 2013 and save as .doc or .docx files. Please refer to the link below: https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Edit-PDF-content-in-Word-b2d1d729-6b79-499a-bcdb-233379c2f63a NOTE: This […]

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Scanning documents to PDF in Linux

Q: Can I scan documents to .pdf file in Linux systems? A: Yes, PDF Studio is able to scan paper documents directly into PDF on Linux systems. Make sure to download and try PDF Studio free demo version. PDF Studio uses Sane to communicate with the scanner on Linux so there may be some restrictions […]

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Edit and Annotate PDFs on Ubuntu 16.04

Q: Does PDF Studio work on Ubuntu 16.04? A: Yes, PDF Studio is currently fully compatible with Ubuntu 16.04. Update: There is a known issue with Scanning on Ubuntu 16.04 (read more below). We have tested PDF Studio on Ubuntu 16.04 and we’re able to confirm that our PDF editing software works properly on the new […]

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4k (High DPI Display) on Linux

Q: Even though I have set display scaling on my Linux machine the menu text in PDF Studio is still very small. How can I fix this? A: PDF Studio is a Java based application and Java comes packaged with different look and feel options. Some of the Look and Feels, such as Nimbus & […]

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Signing PDFs with DOD CAC (Common Access Card) under Linux

Q: I work in the Air Force and have a requirement to digitally sign .pdf forms with my Common Access Card (CAC -> militaryID). Does the digital signing capabilities of your software PDF Studio interact with linux’s libcackey or your own libraries to enable digital signing of documents? Will my CAC work with your software? […]

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