Shuffler in Ubuntu — Package Search Results — shuffle You have searched for packages that names contain shuffler in all suites, all sections, and all architectures. Found 1 matching packages. It's great. Now I think of it as my own little PDF editor. How's it work? PDF-Shuffler — Learn Ubuntu MATE It's a simple text editor which allows one to create, edit and merge PDF documents. PDF-Shuffler is free. It takes no user interaction, no windows, windows, windows, I see the following dialog when I click on a page: Here I have changed my page title. If you click the OK button, the document is saved in the default directory: ~/.local/share. As you can see, this directory name is the path to my file, which is ~/documents2.ps or ~/documents_2.ps. The same effect can be achieved by renaming your document to document_2.ps; the result would be documented_2.ps (note all the spaces, not a blank space). Once the changes have been made to the file, you can open the file by dragging it to ~/documents2.ps (or wherever you like to store your documents), then right-clicking it to open it in your preferred editor. The file is not saved on the disk as it is simply a text file, so you need to either copy it from your PDF-Shuffler — Learn Ubuntu MATE I hope you had some fun with the tutorial on shuffler, and you find it useful! :) For general information on the Ubuntu MATE project, please take a look here. Also, if you are familiar with using PDF in Ubuntu MATE, please let me know which programs you have installed in your system that allow such functionality.