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Quickstart: Engineering documents

Search PDFs in a package

Search PDFs in a package

You can search all PDFs in an Adobe PDF package or only selected PDFs.

  1. Open the package you want to search.
  2. Type search terms in the Find text box, and choose Open Full Reader Search from the Find pop-up menu.
  3. Choose In The Entire PDF Package. Or choose In Selected PDF Documents, and then select the desired PDFs from the list of PDFs included in the package.
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Create a PDF online

Create a PDF online

You can create PDFs directly from Reader using Create Adobe PDF Online, a web-based service that lets you convert many types of source files into PDF.

  1. Choose File > Create Adobe PDF Online.
  2. Log in using your Adobe ID and password, or sign up for an account.
  3. On the Create Adobe PDF Online page, click Convert A File. Browse to select the file.
  4. Set options as desired, and click Create PDF.
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Quickstart: View PDFs

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Quickstart: Search PDFs

Identify a policy-protected PDF

Identify a policy-protected PDF

If you receive a policy-protected PDF, a Security Settings button  appears in the navigation pane.

  1. Click the Security Settings button  in the navigation pane. The name of the policy and an explanation of the restrictions appears.
  2. Click Permission Details to see more information about the restrictions.

If the PDF is protected by a policy from an Adobe LiveCycle Policy Server, a security warning may appear when you try to open the PDF.

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Manage IDs

Manage IDs

Add a callout

Add a callout

Use the Callout tool to create a boxed text comment that points to a specific item.

  1. Click Review & Comment , and choose Comment & Markup Tools > Callout Tool.
  2. Click where you want the end point to appear, and then move the pointer and click again to position the text box.
  3. Type the desired text.
  4. (Optional) Select the callout, and drag to reposition the pointer, the text box, or the entire callout.
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