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Old 08-24-2015, 02:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Compare PDF Files With DiffPDF In Ubuntu Linux, Debian, Fedora & Other Derivatives


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DiffPDF is a small but useful tool that compares two PDF files and let you know the differences. This easy to use tool is free for Linux. If you often read books then you can compare for changes in the paragraph and other deep aspects. Let's see how to install and use DiffPDF in Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Debian, PCLinuxOS and Fedora.

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