I used notepad++ 6.7.5 to do several searches on a number of opened documents and this showed the " Find result window/pane " with all my Finds. The Find result window helps me to find texts in their respective documents when I simply double click them. Is there a way to save the "Find result window" with all the words I have found in it? Or, is there a way to save session with the Find result window?
As far as I know there isn't a specific way of doing this.
This workaround may help:
Find result page are highlightable so it is possible to select all results by clicking in the page and pressing CTRL+A. These selected results can then be pasted in a file and they keep their original formatting.
The functionality of what you are wanting can be achieved (in a somewhat cumbersome way) by recording each search as a Notepad++ macro. You can record each of your searches as a separately named Macro, which on 'Stop Recording' will then be accessible via the Macro menu pull-down. Or you could record a number of different searches, one after the other, and save the resulting sequence of multiple searches as a single macro (which will then similarly be accessible from the Macro pull-down menu.)
Truth is.. you can't. And this is a bummer, especially on shared machines where you need to perform a very large search and after 2 hours when the searched would've been over you notice somebody closed notepad++.. In my case, I had a very very large environment (about 1.1 million files) and had to search for a specific Python construct which relied on a non-backwards compatible behaviour - in order to assess the impact of an update. This is a search which takes some time even on fast machines.