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Searching the Index

Searching the Index

The Index is my favorite way to find information on a subject in Acrobat. It's quicker than scrolling through a table of contents or using Acrobat's Find command.

To search with the Index:

1.
In the Document pane or the Bookmarks pane, click the word Index.

You are taken to the first page of the Index. Each page of the Index has the alphabet running across the top; each letter links to the page where the listings for that letter begin (Figure A.9).

Figure A.9. Click the letter that corresponds to the first letter in the topic on which you want to get information.


2.
If you are working in the Bookmarks pane, click the triangle next to the Index bookmark to reveal a series of bookmarks for each letter of the alphabet.

3.
Click the letter or bookmark that corresponds to the first letter in the topic on which you want to get information.

If you click the letter P, for example, you'll move to the start of the P listing in the index immediately. To find the word PDF in the P section, use Acrobat's navigation tools to move through the pages.

4.
When you find the topic, click the corresponding page number (Figure A.10) to go to that page in the Help document.

Figure A.10. Click the corresponding page number to display that topic's information.



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