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The 5 Best Linux PDF Editors You Should Try

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Finding a good and reliable PDF editor is a nerve-racking job with all these unwanted opinions flying around on the internet. Everyone has different preferences and use cases for their PDF editor, and choosing the one that suits you the best is important.

The number of applications available for Linux-based operating systems is immeasurable. But when it comes to PDF editors, only a handful of the apps top the chart. In this guide we have curated a list of the best Linux PDF editors that you can download for free on your computer.

1. LibreOffice Draw

Beginner or experienced, there is no such Linux user who hasn't heard the name LibreOffice. Most of the resources on the internet mention that LibreOffice is the best alternative to Microsoft Office on any operating system. But does it have what you need for editing PDFs on your Linux machine?

Enter LibreOffice Draw. Although originally a 3D vector graphics editing tool, users can use the application to edit PDF files as well. While downloading a full-fledged PDF editor might be a better choice for some, LibreOffice Draw still provides decent tools and functionalities that support PDF editing.