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Okular The Document Viewer With Even More Features

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When you are looking for a universal document viewer that will suit all of your needs you might as well go for one with all of the features. Thats where Okular dominates the stage on KDE desktops, being one of the best document viewers available. Some of the excellent features include advanced presentation support, overview mode, and annotation capabilities. Also with Okular it is easy to open files and switch between them. Okular will store your recent documents for easy viewing as well.

Okular Features

* Use Okular bookmarks to quickly jump to important pages inside your favorite documents.
* The ability to have your documents spoken out loud for you.
* The highly configurable interface is excellent if you want to optimize your work.
* Page thumbnails make it easy to find the page you are looking for.

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