I have a project where I need to modify (add a customer specific footer) a whole bunch of PDF files.
On my Windows PC with Corel draw I can pull in the PDF files, change the missing fonts etc and then add in the footers and logos that I need to and then export as PDFs and that job done.
I would like to be able to do the same thing with my Ubuntu system using GIMP. It seems like it should be able to do it but I can´t figure out how at the moment. I have looked around and haven´t found anything conclusive.
What I would like to be able to do is to open a PDF in GIMP (or any other suitable program for Ubuntu) and be able to move the text and elements around, modify text and add in sections just like I can with Corel Draw.
Its important that when the PDF is exported the meta data is available and that the text is indexable by search engines, not just an image of all of the textual content on the page.
Thanks in advance for any help.