Find and Replace Text in PDFs in Bpm'online
Find and Replace Text in a PDF
Have you ever needed to search and replace text in documents stored in your Bpm'online account?
The Search tool is one of DaDaDocs latest enhancements. Using this tool, you can find a word or a phrase in a PDF or Word document stored in your Bpm’online account. Now you will save even more time editing or annotating your attachments because the search tool not only finds words, but also enables you to erase them.
To get started, click Documents on the left sidebar. On the screen that opens next select the type of documents you want to edit.
Choose Attachments and Notes and click Use DaDaDocs. Select the document you need to edit from the list and click on it. To use DaDaDocs editor click the Edit Document button.
To activate the Search tool, click the Search button on the main toolbar or press CTRL+F on your keyboard. The search toolbar will appear under the editing tools.
Type the text you want to find in the search field. The counter will show you the total number of search terms found in the document and the ordinal number of the current search term. The currently selected search term is highlighted in green, the others in red.
To jump to the next found term, click the down arrow; to go to the previous instance, click the up arrow. To erase the selected term, click Erase. After this you can type any text on the empty space.
When you have finished editing, click the Done button in the top right corner and save your document back to your Bpm’online account. You can find the document in Attachments and Notes.
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