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pdfFiller helps you quickly spot the word or phrase you’re looking for in a document regardless of how often it appears or the length of the document. Use the Search tool to find a word or a phrase in the currently open document. To activate the Search tool, click the magnifier icon in the main toolbar or press CTRL+F on your keyboard.

Type the text you want to find in the search field. The counter will show you the number of the current search term and the total number of search terms found in the document. The current search term is highlighted in green, the others are highlighted in red. To jump to the next instance of the search term, click Next; to return to the previous instance, click Previous.

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Search results will appear as you type. Google Drive searches the titles and content of all files you have permission to see. To see all results, tap Search. on your keyboard.
Find the file in your Google Drive by searching the file name on the search bar. Once the file has shown up, right-click or double-click it to open the additional options menu. Select 'Download' and choose where you want to save the movie on your computer.
After you log into Google Drive, look at the menu on the left. At the bottom you'll see an option for Owner, Type, More that gives you a variety of options for sorting and searching through all the files your Google Drive account has access to.
To open the Google Drive advanced search, click on the drop-down arrow at the end of the Google Drive search box, and you will find that you can search by file type, visibility, owner and much more!
Login into your Google Drive. Select the document that you want to make Public. Right click on the document and select Share option. Click Advanced button. On Sharing Setting window, click Change link. On Link Sharing window, select Public on the web option.
Right-click on a folder and select 'Download'. You'll often (but not always) see a count of the included files. Open a folder, scroll to the end of the list, type A to select all, choose 'More' and select 'Move to'. That will give you a total number of files, after which you can cancel the move.
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