Nils Hammerfest wrote:
Inkscape only deals with single pages, and it is a vector graphic program so not
useful for your purposes - you have multi page documents of scanned images. For
tweaking page order, rotation etc - dealing with the document structure - then
pdfedit works for me, but if you want to change the content of scanned pages
then maybe use pdfedit to get the single page, something like gimp to edit the
scanned image, then put the edited image back in the document using pdfedit.
All the pdf tools seem to do one or two things, but not other things - I find
pdfedit the essential glue for dealing with multi page documents in a GUI
way.PDF is a big format to deal with, and as someone said it's main use is
distributing finished documents in a consistent way, but from time to time one
needs to tweak such things.
I (only occasionally) use the pdfedit version that comes with Debian Sid -
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