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You can enter zero, one or more search terms in one or more of the text fields above.
You can choose how the terms in the first ('All off the words') textfield logically combine with the ones in the second ('The exact phrase') or - if you leave
the second field empty - the third field ('Any of the words') by the AND / OR dropdown list directly after the first field.
Similarly, the AND / OR dropdown list to the right of the second field controls how terms in the second field combine with the ones in the
third field - if any.
The term(s) in the last field ('None of the words') always have an AND relation to the ones above.
The results of the query are displayed as links that open Acrobat Reader if it is installed on your system.
If you don't have Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free here.
The search term(s) are passed to Acrobat Reader and will highlight the search term in the document.
Please note that, due to a restriction in Acrobat Reader, the PDF highlighting does not work correctly when entering multiple terms and does not reflect the boolean logic (AND, OR, ANY, ALL, NOT) that a complex query may include.