Couturier Merges PDF Files on GNOME Desktop

Oct 16, 2009

The Couturier Mono program merges multiple PDFs into a single file. It follows the old UNIX policy: one program for one task.

Couturier merges PDFs and numerous image formats into a single PDF document, with optional password protection. Since its first release in April, developer Charalampos Emmanouilidis made some changes to the UI and added an About Courier menu. A .desktop file integrates version 0.4 into the GNOME menu with its own Couturier logo.

Couturier speaks English, German, Italian, French and Greek. Download is available for source code and a package for Ubuntu 9.04 from gtk-apps.org.

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