Imagination is a free open-source standalone app for creating beautiful presentation with outstanding page traditions.
It is originally made for Linux and FreeBSD systems, in order to provide a solid alternative for the commercial software like Microsoft PowerPoint.
Imagination is written in the C language, and it offers a smooth user-friendly experience, especially for users without tech experience.
Imagination at present features 69 transition effects, random function to automatically set a random transition on all the selected slides, cut/copy/paste ability on the slides, Ken Burns ability, text on the slides with some text animations.
You can also to add an empty slide with a gradient editor and export of the slideshow as OGV Theora/Vorbis, widescreen FLV video, 3GP for mobile phones, H264 and H265 for HD slideshows.
Docspell is a personal document organizer. Or sometimes called a "Document Management System" (DMS). You'll need a scanner to convert your papers into files. Docspell can then assist in organizing the resulting mess 😉. It can unify your files from scanners, emails and other sources. It is targeted for home use,
ConvertO is an open-source free PDF editing app for Android devices.
It enables you to edit, compress, merge, save PDF as well as extract images etc.
* Add Watermark to PDF
* PDFs Merge
* PDF Compression
* PDF invert
* Images to PDF
* Extract images from PDF
* Google Play
OfficeToPDF is a command line utility that converts Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016 documents from their native format into PDF using Office's in-built PDF export features.
Most Office to PDF converter tools are intended as single-user desktop applications. OfficeToPDF is useful (and unique) if you want to
For those seeking to handle more complex PDF tasks, premium software or online services with a wider range of features are often the go-to. However, this post presents the most comprehensive list of free and open-source alternatives available.
PDF4Teachers is a free open-source app specifically designed for teachers to annotate
Although we have already discussed the availability of various open source free PDF editing applications and PDF OCR software, it is worth noting that the functionality of these tools is often limited. For many users, additional operations on PDF files are necessary beyond what these tools can provide. These operations
PDF file formats are a compact format widely used to create portable documents, reports, e-books, and more. Originally developed by Adobe in 1992, it has become a world standard.
PDF files can contain text, images, and tables, and can be generated by many office suites, document editors, apps, web services,