How to annotate PDF files on Android devices using Xodo

There are several tools to annotate PDF files. Some are non-free like Adobe Acrobat Writer and others, and some are free like Xournal on Linux. Xournal is a very powerful annotator, whereby, the original file is untouched, but a separate file of the annotations done on top of the original PDFs is maintained.

You can . . . → Read More: How to annotate PDF files on Android devices using Xodo

How to make Exported PDF editable in LibreOffice

LibreOffice enables a very useful feature to Export PDF files from the File -> Export as PDF… menu option. LibreOffice is a cross-platform, open source and free Office Suite available for use on Windows, Linux and more.

When you select that option, it shows a dialog where you need to select the pages to export, . . . → Read More: How to make Exported PDF editable in LibreOffice

Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)

You can use the following tools in Linux, to annotate PDF files: 1. Xournal from http://xournal.sourceforge.net/ 2. Evince on your Gnome Desktop 3. Okular (see this post)

I tend to go with Xournal. Xournal and Okular support highlighting text, whereas evince currently has the ability only to add text. The above tools can also be . . . → Read More: Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)

Annotate PDF file with okular

You can review and annotate any kind of PDF files in Linux using okular. Okular can be installed in Fedora as follows: # yum install kdegraphics

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