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A powerful tool to visually Reorder pages, Compose, Delete pages, Crop, Split when a given text area changes (Ex. invoice number), Split by pages, by bookmarks, by size, Rotate, Extract text, Repair, Convert to grayscale, Encrypt, Decrypt, Mix, Extract pages . Available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Try it free for 14 days.

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Compress

Reduce the PDF file size

Combine and Reorder

Visually reorder pages, move them, rotate them or combine PDF files dragging and dropping pages from multiple documents

Split by text

Split PDF files at pages where text in a selected area changes

Delete

Visually select the pages you want to remove from a PDF file

Crop

Crop PDF files by drawing the rectangular area you want to keep

Images to PDF

Convert image files to PDF

Split

Split PDF files visually selecting pages to split at, or split at given bookmarks level or in files of a given size

Protect and Unprotect

Add permissions and encrypt PDF files using AES 256bits or 128bits. Decrypt PDF files supplying a password and create an unprotected version

Extract pages
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Visually select the pages you want to extract from a PDF file

Convert to grayscale

Convert text and images of a PDF file to grayscale

PDF to text

Extract text from PDF files

More

Mix PDF files, Rotate PDF files, Merge PDF files...

MiKTeX is available for selected Linux distributions.

Installing MiKTeX on Linux involves these steps:

  1. Register the GPG key with which MiKTeX installation packages and metadata is signed. The key ID is: D6BC243565B2087BC3F897C9277A7293F59E4889
  2. Register the installation source which contains the MiKTeX installation package. The installation source depends on the Linux distribution version.
  3. Use the package management system to install MiKTeX.
  4. Finish the setup.
  5. Upgrade your TeX distribution. This is an optional step.

Please click a tab to get instructions for your Linux distribution:

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa):
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver):
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus):

c. Install MiKTeX

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

Linux Mint 20:
Linux Mint 19:
Linux Mint 18:

c. Install MiKTeX

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

Debian 9 (Stretch):

c. Install MiKTeX

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

Fedora 32:
Fedora 30:
Fedora 28:

c. Install MiKTeX

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

CentOS 8:

c. Install MiKTeX

a. Register GPG key

b. Register installation source

openSUSE Leap 15:

c. Install MiKTeX

d. Finish the setup

Before you can use MiKTeX, you have to finish the setup. You can use MiKTeX Console or, if you prefer the command line, miktexsetup.

Start MiKTeX Console to finish the setup

Search&click the MiKTeX Console icon to start MiKTeX Console:

Now is the time to make a decision:

Do you want to set up a private (for you only) TeX installation, or do you want to set up a shared (system-wide) TeX installation?

You probably want to choose the first option.

The second option makes sense if you are the administrator of a multi-user system. If this is the case and if you expect that some of your users would like to work with MiKTeX, then you should install MiKTeX system-wide.

Click one of the two buttons if you have made your decision.

Run miktexsetup to finish the setup

Run

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to finish with a private (for you only) TeX installation. Executables like lualatex will be installed in ~/bin.

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Run

to finish with a shafred (system-wide) TeX installation. Executables like lualatex will be installed in /usr/local/bin.

You also may want to enable automatic package installation:

Or, if you have a shared installation:

e. Upgrade

If you have just installed MiKTeX, then you have the option to upgrade your installation to a standard TeX system. Just click the Upgrade button. Please be aware that this starts a ~200MB download.

Alternatively, you can turn on the auto-install feature and let MiKTeX install missing packages on-the-fly. This will help you to keep your TeX installation as minimal as possible (“Just enough TeX”).

See also

FAQ: Is it possible to install MiKTeX and TeX Live side-by-side?