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This simple tool allows you to search a PDF file in the free Adobe Reader and then print just those pages where a match was found.
The search is currently case-sensitive and limited to a single word only.
Imagine you have a very large file, like this 180-pages Raspberry Pi Manual, but you're only interested in some pages from it, those that contain a certain term, such as "Install".
How do you separate those pages from the rest and focus only on them? By running this tool and printing only those pages, of course.
So after you've installed the script (instructions are included), you open the full file in Adobe Reader and click on the menu item it adds under the Extended panel:
|Running the script from the Extended panel in Reader|
|Entering the search term|
The script searches all the pages of the file:
|Search is in progress...|
|The Print dialog at the end of the search. Notice the Pages list.|
Of course, this tool will also work in Adobe Acrobat if installed there.
If you have any questions about this tool you can contact me directly.