FOXIT READER 2.3
search for the word text, the words Text and TEXT will not be found.
Press the Find Next button
, Find Previous button
, or Enter.
Foxit Reader jumps to the first instance of the search term, which appears
Press Enter repeatedly or Edit > Find Next, or Find Next shortcut key F3 to
continue searching the next instances of the search term.
Doing advanced search
The search function enables you to search a string either in a single PDF file or in
multiple PDF files under a specified folder. When the search finishes, all
occurrences will be listed in a tree view, allowing you to quickly preview the
contexts and jump to specific locations.
1. Searching text
To search text you are looking for, follow the steps below:
Click the Search button
on toolbar, or select Open Full Foxit Search from
the Find drop-down menu.
In the Search Window, type the text you want to search for, and do any of the
To search the text in the current PDF document, select In the current PDF
To search the text in all PDF documents in specific files or disk, select All
PDF Documents in > choose one of the disks or User-selected search paths.
To limit the search to match only whole words, check whole words only.
For example, if you search for the word Read, the word Reader will not be
To make the search case-sensitive, check Case-Sensitive. For example, if
you search for the word text, the words Text and TEXT will not be found.
Click Search button.
The results appear in the page order. Each item listed includes a few words of
context and an icon that indicates the type of occurrence. If necessary, click
the plus sign (+) to expand the search results. Then select an instance in the
results to view that instance in the PDF.
(Optional) Click the New Search button to start a new search task.