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When you search for information in an index that contains a large number of documents, Acrobat finds every document that matches your query If the sheer volume of documents is overwhelming, you can fine-tune your search by conducting a Boolean query When you conduct a Boolean query, you can limit your search by using Boolean operators To conduct a search using a Boolean query to filter your search results, follow these steps: 1 Click Search to open the Search PDF pane Alternatively, you can choose Edit | Search 2 Click Use Advanced Search Options 3 Click the triangle to the right of the Look In field and then choose the location where you want to search 4 Click the triangle to the right of the Return Results Containing field and then choose Boolean Query 5 In the What Word Or Phrase Would You Like To Search For field, enter your query using one of the following Boolean operators:
AND Use this Boolean operator between two words to find all instances of both
words in the PDF documents you are searching For example, entering Adobe AND Acrobat would return documents that contain the words Adobe and Acrobat
NOT Use this operator between two words to find all documents that contain the
first word but not the second For example, enter cat NOT dog to find all PDF documents that contain the word cat but not dog
OR Use this Boolean operator between two words to locate PDF documents that
contain either word For example, entering Adobe OR Acrobat and your search yields documents that contain either word
Quotation marks Use quotation marks to search for documents with words that
appear in the exact order you enter them between quotation marks For example, enter Boolean query to find all documents that contain the phrase Boolean query
Quotation marks Use quotation marks to search for documents that contain
phrases with Boolean operators For example, enter John or Jane to find PDF
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documents that contain the phrase John or Jane, as opposed to a Boolean search phrased John OR Jane, which would return PDF documents that contained the names John or Jane
Get Document Properties
When you search for PDF documents from an index, the document s title in the list of search results generally gives you a good idea of what is contained in the document You can find more information about documents Acrobat finds in a search by clicking the document title and then choosing File | Document Properties When you open a PDF file received via e-mail, or one that is part a multimedia presentation, you can find out more about the document by choosing File | Document Properties and then choosing an option from the Document Properties dialog box shown here:
Many of the options from this dialog box are applicable to creating a PDF document and are covered in 4 If you choose this command while using Adobe Reader 60, you only have two options, Summary and Fonts When you choose one of these options in Adobe Reader 60,
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Using Boolean Operators
If you ve used Boolean operators such as =, ~, +, <, and so on to perform Internet searches, you can use these operators in an Advanced Options search Use quotes on your query words and use the desired Boolean operator to refine your search Acrobat supports all Boolean operators except the * or wildcards
all the fields are dimmed out, which means you cannot modify the information However, in Acrobat, all the fields are available; you can modify the properties and save them with the document The previous illustration is a typical Acrobat Document Properties dialog box Notice that some of the fields are the same ones you specify when conducting a search
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