Search all PDF documents in Adobe Reader

Click Edit, Search or press (Shift + Ctrl + F)

1. Enter the word or phrase that you would like to search in the search box .
2. Under “Where would you like to search?”, select “All PDF documents in”
3. Browse to the folder where all the PDF files are.
4. Select your option, “Whole Words only” or “Case Sensitive” or “Include bookmarks” or “Include Comments”
5. Click Search and all the PDF documents under the selected folder will be searched.
6. In the search results, click the appropriate link to open the file.

 

To continue reading when you reopen your PDF ebook

Adobe Reader can be set to ‘Restore last view settings when reopening documents’. It can help you to get back to the last view page when you reopen the PDF ebook.

To enable this feature,

1.In Adobe Reader, go to Edit > Preferences.
2.Under Categories, click on Documents.
3.Check ‘Restore last view settings when reopening documents’.
4.Click Ok.

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2 Responses to “Search all PDF documents in Adobe Reader”

  1. GlobalDR Says:

    Searching for the Answer

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  2. Carroll B. Merriman Says:

    Nice article,Thanks for posting

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