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How to OCR a PDF File Using Acrobat Pro

Posted by David  •  Aug 24th, 2014 8:03:42 pm - Subscribe | Mood: good | Music: Reggie and the Full Effect - G

I receive a lot of PDF files in fact many more PDF files than word documents now a days. Now a day's being able to search a PDF file or perhaps a PDF file that was created into a doc file can same you time. Here are a few steps that you can do to OCR your PDF so that it can be easily searchable.

OCR PDF File in Acrobat Pro

  • Begin by opening up a PDF file.
  • Click on Tools located on the right side of the PDF.
  • Now click on the arrow that says Recognize Text.
  • In the list click on In This File.
  • When the menu comes up click on All Pages
  • Now click OK.

    Now you should be able to do a CTRL+F to find words with in the document.

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