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How to find a word, words, or a sentence in a Pdf and in all of the PJ-Pdf’s. First you need to download the Pdf or the Pdf’s on your computer. Ones you have clicked on a PJ title, after a while, you will see the Pdf opening. Download-speed depends on your internet speed and your computer. If the PJ is downloaded and you see it open, save it on your computer in a new folder for the PJ’s. You can download as many PJ’s as you want and save them in that PJ-folder. If you downloaded all of them in one folder, then you can also look for a word or more in all the PJ’s in that folder at once. To start a search, you have two possibilities: 1. Searching in one PJ. Open the PJ, on the top you have a menu, click on “Edit” and select “Find” for a word in this PJ. Click on next to see the next place in that PJ. 1. Searching in one or more, or in all the PJ’s. Open one PJ, click on “Edit”, go to “Advanced search” A window will open. Make your choice “current document” or “All Pdf documents in” If you made the choice”All documents in”, click on the arrow right on the bar below it. There you can look for the place on your computer where you have the PJ-Folder. If you don’t see the folder click on “Browse for location” and find the folder on your computer, then click on the PJ- Folder. This is the place where the search will be done. Below the definition of the place you can fill in the word, words or even a sentence that you look for in all of the PJ’s. Below that you can select the format for the search if needed. Click on “Search” button below, another window will open. If you see a Security Warning pop up, click on “Allow” At this point, the computer will do the search, if your word(s) are found in one or more of the PJ’s you will see the PJ(s) in the “Results:” Near the found results, you see a “+” on the left side, click on it to see all the places in that Pdf where the text is found. You will see part of the sentence where it is located. Click on the sentence you want, the PJ will open automatic and on the page where the word or sentence is located. Enjoy.