I frequently search multiple PDF files in a folder for specific words. The output in Acrobat Standard version 7 listed the files by \"name\". The output in Acrobat Pro vs 8 lists them by \"title\". The full path does display in a pop-up balloon if you put the cursor over the \"title\". I have not used titles. It's not easy to see the names of the various files yielding search results at a glance. Is there a way to change the output to display file name instead of the file title I could begin using titles now, but that doesn't help when searching through files created previously.
For example I need to print the pages regarding 20 different names and they are spread over multiple different pdfs I made a boolean search that finds and indexes those pages in the search results. Now I want to print only the pages found in the search results, how am I able to do that in one print Or is this even possible Ive read about saving the search results as a PDF or CSV in Adobe Acrobat Pro but in my understanding this means only the search result index and not the pages containing the search result.
As you mentioned, in Acrobat you can export the results to a CSV file, and then it's possible to use a script to parse that file and extract those pages mentioned in it for saving or printing purposes. This can be achieved using this (paid-for) tool I've created: -print-pages-from-csv-search.html
Right-click the icon at the top of the Search panel to open the pop-up menu that provides more options for checking in and checking out files (if you are using a version control system), do more find and replace operations, clear search results, or close the Search panel.
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