Ian Coetzee wrote:
> My guess is it will just be easier to "print" those parts out by
> reprinting the relevant pages (I am assuming that the languages are on
> different pages).
> I usually do that to a pdf, by using "pdf creator" under windows,
> however I have no idea how to print to pdf under linux, maybe someone
> else can fill that blank spot in for me.
> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 2:40 PM, Larry Shields <larryesu@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> *Is there a good pdf editor, I have a manual which is in the pdf format,
>> the first part is in english, the second part is in spanish*...*So that
>> part I would like to edit out, which would save alot of printing & paper...
>> Thanks for any help any one can offer...
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Since I use Ubuntu 9.10 the Linux pdf viewer has a place you
can write down just the pages you want to print. Very simple
but write down what you want before you start.
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