Online collaborative office tools open source

Etherpad is a free, open source, online, collaborative wordprocessor. It is very good for use on lightweight devices like phones, netbooks, tablets and more. Visit https://www.etherpad.org Etherpad is a free, open source, online, collaborative wordprocessor. It is very good for use on lightweight devices like phones, netbooks, tablets and more. Visit https://www.ethercalc.org No logins required … Continue reading Online collaborative office tools open source

How to make Exported PDF editable in LibreOffice

LibreOffice enables a very useful feature to Export PDF files from the File -> Export as PDF... menu option. LibreOffice is a cross-platform, open source and free Office Suite available for use on Windows, Linux and more. When you select that option, it shows a dialog where you need to select the pages to export, … Continue reading How to make Exported PDF editable in LibreOffice

How to set up Gnucash to fetch or retrieve Online Stock Quotes and Mutual Fund NAVs from Yahoo Finance

NOTE: Last updated on January 6, 2022. If you are a user of Gnucash http://www.gnucash.org, you have options to enable it to retrieve online stock quotes. It can even be set up to retrieve online mutual fund quotes for Indian Mutual funds. Gnucash is an open source, cross-platform, operating system independent, personal finance manager. It … Continue reading How to set up Gnucash to fetch or retrieve Online Stock Quotes and Mutual Fund NAVs from Yahoo Finance

Install Gnucash on Windows (Personal Finance Manager) software

Download the latest version of Gnucash for Windows from here http://www.gnucash.org and install it on your computer. To work with Stock Quotes, you need ActivePerl. Download the latest 32 bit (x86) version of ActivePerl for Windows from http://www.activestate.com/activeperl and install it on your computer. Now install Finance Quotes by clicking on the Windows Start button, … Continue reading Install Gnucash on Windows (Personal Finance Manager) software

Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)

You can use the following tools in Linux, to annotate PDF files: 1. Xournal from http://xournal.sourceforge.net/ 2. Evince on your Gnome Desktop 3. Okular (see this post) I tend to go with Xournal. Xournal and Okular support highlighting text, whereas evince currently has the ability only to add text. The above tools can also be … Continue reading Annotate PDF files in Linux (Xournal, Okular, Evince, PDF X Viewer)