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Posted by: Anonymous
« on: June 11, 2007, 08:42:00 PM »

Thanks for your quick answer.
Posted by: RTT
« on: June 11, 2007, 07:13:00 PM »

Currently there is no way to provide that nice feature because the index of words do not contain the Word->PageIndex information.
This has not developed yet because there are also some technical difficulties to open a specific PDF page and highlight the keyword using the External Readers plugins.

If eventually I develop/add an embedded reader into future versions I can add this and many other usefull features but developing a reader with the qualitty of Acrobat, FoxitReader or BravaReader is not a easy task and the royalties to embed these readers code is not cheap. Right now the main goal is to add more functionalities without the need of a internal reader.
Posted by: Anonymous
« on: June 11, 2007, 05:16:00 PM »


Thanks for your great program. I use it for a few months as a freeware version and think I am quite ready to buy it. I have a question about the search index feature.

I subscribed to the french newspaper "Le Monde" in PDF. I have a huge collection I would like to search. Each week I index the newspaper folder and I am able to perform very quick searches : that's great. I get a list of the newspapers containing the keyword. But, when I double-click a PDF file in this list, I am just able to open the document's first page (I use Foxit reader). To reach the right place with the keyword, I have to perform a new search inside the document with the Foxit reader search tool.

Wouldn't it be possible from a search within PDFE to open the documents directly at the right place : first occurence of the searched keyword. That would be very nice.

Thank you,