On Mon, Oct 13, 2003, Alexander Farber wrote:
>I've read some where that the new OpenOffice is capable of pdf-output

There's an article in this month's Linux Journal on Scribus saying that it
has very good PDF capabilities.  The article said that Scribus is available
on a number of *ix platforms, and I think FreeBSD was on the list.

>On Mon, Oct 13, 2003 at 09:15:27AM +0000, David Gerard wrote:
>> We have just seen the many tools for generating PDFs all you want.
>> 
>> Is there anything usable on FreeBSD for *editing* existing PDFs, though? 
>> Any form of replacement whatsoever for the full version of Acrobat?
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