If you are like me and work with PDFs a lot, often times you get PDFs that you may need to PRINT and sign, then fax - because they can't accept e-mails etc.
PRINTing and Faxing wastes Paper on both sides.
There are many FOSS tools in Linux that allow you to edit PDFs, insert Text and images.
- Use PDF Editor to open a PDF document, and open it for editing
- You can insert text and/or images (like a scanned ink signature)
- Once done, simply save it as a PDF, or JPG image.
- Now you have an electronic document filled out and 'physically signed' to be faxed away
PDF Editor provides a very good interface to open a PDF and edit it in multiple ways, repackage and save it as a PDF.
Go to Ubuntu Software Center and search for 'PDFEditor'
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