How To Modify PDF Online?
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Is there a way to Ctrl +F two words in a PDF and narrow the results to show only when those two words are used together rather than showing every individual occurrence of both words, like a Boolean search with modifiers?
I see two general possibilities why you may get a PDF search result, but cannot search the phrase in the opened PDF file. Google’s algorithm might have thought “oh, he is searching for the color brown, so let us include results in the search that contain a color close to brown”. This is why it can happen that you search for one phrase, but also get offered search results for other phrases, where Google’s search algorithm thought t would also be a good match. On the other hand. Many readers for the PDF file format have been developed over the years. It could be that you use a PDF reader which either does not support searching within the file, or whose Search function is not invoked by pressing ctrl-f. I suggest you take these steps. Press ctrl-f in the reader and see if a search field is opened anywhere in the reader’s user interface. I say “anywhere”, because not all readers open the search field at obvious places. If you do not succeed with step 1, look for the Help function of the reader, probably a question mark at the top right. Enter “search” or “find” in the Help’s search field to see which icon or keyboard command the programmers thought would be a good choice for the Search function. If even step 2 does not help, consider installing Modify Pdf Online Reader DC, the PDF reader by the inventor of the PDF format. Use ctrl-f to invoke the search function in Modify Pdf Online Reader.
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