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Using Xournal you can annotate PDFs and add custom images (e.g. a transparent PNG). Although it is used for taking freehand notes and drawing, it can also annotate PDFs. On Ubuntu: Install Xournal through the Ubuntu Software Center Open Xournal Select "Annotate PDF" from the File menu and select your PDF file to be signed. Click the "Image" button in the ...


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Here's one simple way, that addresses your original question completely. Could be done as a one-liner, but this syntax keeps it readable. #!/bin/bash for F in "$@" do echo mv "$F" "${F%.pdf}[$(pdfinfo "$F" | awk '/^Pages/{print $NF}')].pdf" done $ ls *pdf aosa-bash.pdf article.pdf bash.pdf bashref.pdf rose94.pdf $ find . -name \*.pdf -exec ./pdf.sh ...


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So, here are two scripts, which you can put in a folder with the pdf-files needing to be renamed. The first one is for adding page numbers and the second is for deleting them. Both scripts are interactive Type abort Enter to exit the script, type n Enter to enter interactive file-by-file mode and if you want a script to proceed with all pdfs without ...


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qpdfview appears the have the functionality you want with regards to saving form data. https://launchpad.net/qpdfview Form data appears to be saved when I use it on Arch Linux.


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With poppler-utils tools you could first extract single pages with pdfseparate: pdfseparate infile.pdf piece-%d.pdf into pieces like piece-1.pdf, piece-2.pdf ... piece-n.pdf where n is the total number of pages in your original pdf. You could then join them with pdfunite: pdfunite piece-{1..n..2}.pdf odd.pdf pdfunite piece-{2..n..2}.pdf even.pdf ...


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One excellent option if pdfk, but that isn't available on e.g. Fedora due to licensing restrictions. Check out poppler (and its various subtools), it includes pdfseparate. Or look for pdfjam, a tool for futzing around with PDF.


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use pdftk. as simple as: pdftk input.pdf cat even output even.pdf pdftk input.pdf cat odd output odd.pdf this will create the even.pdf and odd.pdf files form your input.pdf file.


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pdftk is a nice commandline tool to extract and transform pages from pdf files. Available as a package in Debian and probably also in other distributions.


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Here is a little script that does what you want, and can do it to multiple .jpg files at the same time, converting each into its own one-page .pdf file. For that, it will use filenames made up by replacing .jpg with .pdf. For the page to mount the image on, I use A4 format. I calculate the A4 dimensions in the script, since the A4 keyword is not supported ...



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