Full-Text Search in Recognized Batch Pages

Important! You need Internet Explorer 4.0 or later to use this option.

You can search through all recognized pages for words in all of their grammatical forms. The search pattern may consist of one word or several words. This (These) word(s) may be in any form (for languages with dictionary support), and the words in the search pattern may be located at any distance from each other in the text and in any order.

To carry out a full-text search:

  1. Select the Advanced search item in the Edit menu or press ALT+F3.
  2. The Search window will open below the Zoom window.
  3. Enter the text you wish to find in the Find what field. You can also paste the clipboard contents into this field or select a previously searched-for word from the list.
  4. Click the Find button.

The Search results window will display the list of batch page numbers in which ALL the words from the Find what field were found. For each page identified, the window will display when the data was last altered and also the first page section to contain the search pattern (highlighted). Click the page number to open it in the Image, Text and Zoom windows; the words found will be highlighted in color in all three windows.

Note: You cannot search for specialized characters such as end-of-line characters and paragraph marks.