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I found a way around this problem. I did tools -> edit document text, then for each page, I hit Control-A (select all), then right-clicked and went to properties, and changed the font to something else. After I did this, the text was searchable and I could copy the text!


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The best solution I've come up with is: Chrome > Preferences > Manage Search Engines... add: Search Engine: I'm Feeling Lucky Keyword: \ (replace with your preferred shortcut) URL: {google:baseURL}search?q=%s&btnI Then as per this thread, add the following Greasemonkey / Tampermonkey script to reload the page with Google as the referrer. // ...


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It seems that the thing you specify as the URL, doesn't really need to be a URL. Then, you can easily do this: chrome "? hello world" The ? will prevent the browser from thinking it's a path, without interferring in the search keywords (as explained here).


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No direct way, sorry. The only workaround I can see is to import your company directory into your Outlook contacts folder (or create a separate Outlook folder of "Contacts" type). Then you'll be able to search this folder and see phones in the search results.


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Alessandro - just because I'm an Engineer and a sucker for analyzing data ... You correctly broke your problem down into three parts: Identify the peaks Move the data from before the peaks to a different tab Plot the data on each tab Identify the peaks Peak identification is a science unto itself, and there are many methods available, and many free ...


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The easiest way might just be to get a tracking report of all outbound mail from the user at your mailgateway. I ran into the same thing and using the advanced search like above didn't work out since internal from/to addresses aren't the full email address.


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The Ctrl+R functionality to search backwards through shell history is provided by the Readline library used by Bash. The corresponding function to search forwards through the history is, by default, bound to Ctrl+S. However, the problem is that the terminal driver already uses this key combination for flow control: pressing Ctrl+S stops or pauses text ...


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Well, actually there is a solution (even though I have my reservations on it). Seems like Index Your Files works on local drives, and does not support SFTP. But you can always mount the remote SFTP server as a local drive using software specifically designed for that purpose, like SFTP Net Drive, or WebDrive. Once your SFTP server is seen by the operating ...


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You can play with Windows search. +First Level Folders: Type in the search field foldername:ParentsFolder kind:folder A will list all folders with name "A" +Second Level Folders and the files in it You open folder "A" and type: foldername:A A.jpg And If I search for "A" OR "B" OR "C" foldername:ParentsFolder kind:folder A OR B OR C ("OR" is case ...


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Try this with GNU grep: grep -m 2000 '^.*$' file | grep -o "TTT"


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If you are looking for the occurrence of 3 consecutive "T" characters in a file, you can do that with grep. What did you try that didn't work? And, if you only want to check the first 2,000 lines of the file, you could pipe the output of the head command into grep. E.g., head -n 2000 somefile.txt | grep "TTT" If you want a count of the lines in the file ...


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I had one user account this was working for (User1|) & a newer one that it wasn't working for (User2). Copying the files from C:\Users\User1\AppData\Local\Packages\windows.immersivecontrolpanel_cw5n1h2txyewy to C:\Users\User2\AppData\Local\Packages\windows.immersivecontrolpanel_cw5n1h2txyewy & then rebuilding the index in Indexing Options ...


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If you felt more comfortable with the Win7 start menu I recommend to install Classic Shell. It allows you to use one of several versions (XP, Vista, Seven and derivatives of them) and at the same time keep the original start menu of Win10 (e.g. using ).


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A crude way to do this is to keep a copy of Chrome's "Web Data" file located in Username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default.



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