But without a search function, I'd just as well have a paper copy! Visit my custom-made PDF scripts website: http://try67.blogspot.com Contact me personally: [email protected] Gilad D (try67) Edit Answer (for another -14 minute) Further explanation of the problem:Here's what happens (or doesn't happen):* Glad it helped.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Harris - May 22, 2014 Reply Wow, awesome - you solved my problem too, thanks I have a folder of over 700 PDFs and was getting so frustrated that search wasn't working! Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Fuad Assi
ThanksLeave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Brooks Duncan - December 17, 2013 Reply Great Heather, glad it helped! Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name I let my PC index overnight so that it wouldn't slow down by me working on my computer (I noticed before I left work that my working on my computer slowed I'd already found the 'Registered Ifilter not found' problem and was about to tear my hair out. Adobe Acrobat Professional searches just fine (same document), but Preview shows nothing at all "No Results Found"OSX 10.11.3Preview 8.1 Mar 29, 2016 7:34 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this
There is, however, a problem I'm facing with it. I accept that moving the files to an alternate location is a feasible alternative but can anybody put their hand on their heart and say " My CD,DVD,Memory Stick, Smart Card This fix worked perfectly.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Tim Tafoya - April 16, 2015 Reply AWESOME!!! The top and bottom type of scan should result in being able to search the file the Middle one however if yuo just did an image scan will NOT be searchable
try the shortcut Ctrl + F and it should popp up somwhere. Any ideas? Why isn't my PDF Adobe Reader working? Reader Has Finished Searching The Document. No Matches Were Found MacBook Pro 2.16GHz, Mac OS X (10.6.8) Posted on Oct 5, 2011 12:18 PM Reply I have this question too Q: Find Not Working in Preview Hide Question All replies Helpful
Download YourPaperless Search Cheat Sheet I've been going paperless since 2008, and I'm convinced that one of the best skills you can acquire is to search: to find the document you Adobe Reader Dc Find Not Working Regardless, I desperately need a PDF search tool that works, and FoxIt does, so I guess I'll see what happens going forward.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email Solved my problem. Spent a lot of frustrating time coming to the same conclusions as I see here - Went through all the normal troubleshooting attempts as well.
Pdf Search Not Finding Words
All rights reserved. I've had other search problems working with PDF documents on Windows platforms, so maybe it's all related to PDF, and not to Preview. you saved my lifeLeave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Jason - September 19, 2013 Reply Thanks Very helpful with Windows 8 Leave a the problem in my computer has been resolved.
the pdf I downloaded was searchable and I have permissions to edit it so it isn't locked. Find Feature Not Working In Adobe Thanks for any help you can offer.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Brooks Duncan - March 2, 2012 Reply I don't have any experience there, Excellent tutorial, too! Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website jcy - December 31, 2014 Reply OMG THANK YOU. Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name
I keep looking for some selection or preference that is set up wrong, but I have no idea why it works this way.
Windows 7, had to reindex etc etc. The same PDFs, all of the sudden the search function cannot find any words. I have just followed the instructions as laid out on your article I can witness that it works.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Was Acrobat Has Finished Searching The Document. No Matches Were Found Advertisement $lim Thread Starter Joined: Oct 26, 2004 Messages: 183 I try to find a word on a pdf file and it comes back saying the find item not found.
I had 9.3.0 and upgraded to 9.4 the problem is still there. In my Outlook account, I am now able to find items that may have been on a PDF attachment on not in the body of the email. And Adobe now marks the PDF iFilter as tested for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008.Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website Dave - July Problem now is that any and all links to the Adobe download all lead to the same URL (http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=4025).
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Then I clicked on the button in the top left corner (below the red X) and selected Table of Contents, and oddly enough search results started popping up. Thanks!Leave a Reply: Cancel Reply Name * Email * Website PDF Search fix for Windows 7 64-bit | Diary of the Scan Man - June 14, 2013 Reply