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Search Text in PDF. Search and Erase

The search tool is one of PDFfiller’s latest enhancements. Using this tool, you can find a word or a phrase in a PDF document. Now you will save even more time editing or annotating your PDFs because our search tool not only finds words, but also enables you to erase, highlight, or redact them.

To activate the Search tool, click the Search button on the main toolbar or press CTRL+F on your keyboard.


Search & Erase Text in PDF

The search toolbar will appear under the editing tools


Search & Erase Text in PDF

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.


Search & Erase Text in PDF

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.


Search & Erase Text in PDF

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FAQ

  • Is searching movie based on true story?
    The new film Searching is sure to draw attention for telling its story through a computer screen. ... That said, the story shown in Searching, out Aug. 24, isn't a true one. There is no real life version of John Cho's character, David Kim, who went on the search for his missing 16-year-old named Margot.
  • Is searching based on a true story?
    The new film Searching is sure to draw attention for telling its story through a computer screen. ... That said, the story shown in Searching, out Aug. 24, isn't a true one. There is no real life version of John Cho's character, David Kim, who went on the search for his missing 16-year-old named Margot.
  • Is searching a scary movie?
    How Scary Is 'Searching'? The New Thriller Tells An Absolutely Gripping Story. In the new film Searching, which hits theaters Aug. 31, a father desperately tries to find his missing daughter. ... As far as horror goes, though, you don't need to worry since the new mystery is more of a thriller than a gory scare fest.
  • Is searching a horror movie?
    How Scary Is 'Searching'? The New Thriller Tells An Absolutely Gripping Story. In the new film Searching, which hits theaters Aug. 31, a father desperately tries to find his missing daughter. ... As far as horror goes, though, you don't need to worry since the new mystery is more of a thriller than a gory scare fest.
  • What age rating is the movie searching?
    Why is "Searching" rated PG-13? The MPAA rating has been assigned for "thematic content, some drug and sexual references, and for language."
  • How do I search or Google?
    Actually searching Google is pretty easy. Just type what you're interested in finding into the search box on the Google web site or into your toolbar! If you're using a toolbar, as you type, you may see words begin to appear below the toolbar's search box.
  • What is the best way to use Google search?
    Use the tabs. ... Use quotes. ... Use a hyphen to exclude words. ... Use a colon to search specific sites. ... Find a page that links to another page. ... Use the asterisk wildcard. ... Find sites that are similar to other sites. ... Use Google search to do math.
  • How do I search better on Google?
    Use a hyphen followed by the word that you want to eliminate from the results. ... Use quotation marks to look for the exact phrase. ... Search for a product in a specific price bracket by using “..” between two prices. ... Use colon followed by the website's name to get results from a specific website.
  • How do you use Google search?
    Step 1: Go To Google (But Which Google?) Obviously, to search Google, you have to go to Google. ... Step 2: Go To Google Via A Toolbar. ... Step 3: Enter Your Search Terms. ... Step 4: Review Your Search Results. ... Step 5: Preview Your Answers. ... Step 6: Refine Your Google Search. ... Step 7: Congratulate Yourself!
  • How do I do an advanced search on Google?
    Go to the Advanced Search page. Advanced Search for websites. Advanced Search for images. In the "Find pages with" section, enter your search terms. In the "Then narrow your results by" section, choose the filters you want to use. You can use one or more filters. Click Advanced Search.
  • How do you add all words to Google Search?
    You do this with the + operator, in front of the otherwise excluded word. For example, to include the word "how" in your query, you'd enter +how. Be sure to include a space before the + sign, but not after it. On the other hand, sometimes you want to refine your results by excluding pages that include a specific word.
  • How do I search anything on Google?
    There's more to Google search than meets the eye. Cody Slingerland/Unsplash. Search operators. You can include or exclude specific keywords. ... Searching sites. Focus your search on one particular site. ... Date search. Dig deep into the past. ... File type search. ... Advanced search. ... Personal results.
  • How can I search faster on Google?
    Google will search for the words in the double quotes in the order you type them in. To search on a specific website just add the keyword “site:” followed by the sitename. It is worthwhile to note that most of the times, google search using site tag is better than using build-in search features of websites.
  • How can I use Google to search one website?
    Step 1: Go to Google.com. Duh. Step 2: Enter site:www.website.com search term into the search box.* *Pay attention to the subdomain (the letters that precede a domain name, like www., blog., or info.) you enter. ... Step 3: Refine your search.
  • How do you search a website effectively on Google?
    Tip #1: Fine-Tune Your Query with More Keywords. Tip #2: Search for Either One Word or Another. Tip #3: Include Stop Words. Tip #4: Exclude Irrelevant Words. Tip #5: Search for Similar Words. Tip #6: Search for Similar Pages. Tip #7: Search for an Exact Phrase. Tip #8: Use Google's Advanced Search Page.