The Search tab allows you to search for text in the current PDF
Go to View > Tabs > Search or press either ALT+1 or CTRL+F to show the Search tab.
Expand All: Shows all results.
Collapse All: Shows only the filenames to make navigation easier.
Check All: Selects all result items. This makes it easy to apply bulk changes to search result terms across multiple documents.
Uncheck All: Deselects all search results.
Actions menu: Contains commands that can be performed on all checked items at once. These commands can also be performed on individual search results by right-clicking the result and choosing the command from the context menu.
Hyperlink Checked: Creates a hyperlink for each result selected.
Mark for Redaction: Redacts each result selected.
Apply Count Measurement to Checked: Adds a Count Measurement markup to each result selected. Select a count symbol from the menu that appears.
Highlight Checked: Applies a Highlight markup to each result selected.
Underline Checked: Applies an Underline markup to each result selected.
Squiggly Checked: Applies a Squiggly markup to each result selected.
Strikethrough Checked: Applies a Strikethrough markup to each result selected.
Clear Search Results: Clears the current search results list.
Text must be present in the PDF file for
VisualSearchTM allows for the searching of graphical symbols in PDFs. To set the search criteria, define a rectangle around the symbol or graphic that you want to search for in the document. See Searching PDFs for more information on running VisualSearch on a PDF.