How to add bookmarks to a PDF document on Linux

Question: I would like to add bookmarks to a PDF file, so that the bookmarks appear in the left hand side bookmarks panel. Is there a command-line approach to create bookmarks and embed bookmark links in a PDF file on Linux? In a PDF document, bookmarks can be added as a navigational tool to allow […]
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How to install Kingsoft Office on Linux

Question: I heard good things about Kingsoft Office, so I would like to try it out on my Linux. How can I install Kingsoft Office on [insert your Linux distro]? Kingsoft Office is an office suite available for muliple platforms including Windows, Linux, iOS and Android. It comes with three programs: Writer for word processing, […]
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How to convert a text file to PDF format on Linux

Question: I want to convert a plain text file into a PDF document. Is there an easy way to convert a text file to a PDF file from the command line on Linux? When you have a bunch of text documents to maintain, there are advantages in converting them into PDF format. For example, PDF […]
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How to check which fonts are used in a PDF document

Question: I would like to know what fonts are used or embedded in a PDF file. Is there a Linux tool which can check which fonts are used in a PDF document? To check what fonts are included or used in a PDF file, you can use a command-line utility called pdffonts, which is a […]
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How to convert a text file into a Word document on Linux

Question: I want to prepare a Microsoft Word document on Linux, but of course without using any Microsoft product. Is there a way to convert a text file into a Word document on Linux? If you want to create a Word document without using Microsoft Word on Linux, one way is to prepare content in […]
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