In an InDesign CS6 content search with PageZephyr Search, you can use simple features to search InDesign files. Once the relevant files appear on your desktop, you can use the found text to create new content:
PageZephyr Search, Markzware‘s content search application, has features to help users search InDesign files. Find relevant content in INDD documents created for Adobe Creative Suite output. (You can also search INDD documents for Creative Cloud.) You can customize your search for eDiscovery, to locate specific text in stories on your hard drive.
InDesign CS6 Content Search in
INDD Files Created with Digital Publishing Software
User-friendly features for InDesign CS6 content search help to find relevant text
Steps for InDesign CS6 Content Search
How to Search InDesign Files with PageZephyr Search Mac:
- Type in the word you’re looking for.
- Hit Enter. (You’ll see a list of native files on the left and the text within the highlighted file on the right.)
- To see the word in context, right click “Show Selection in Document”. (If you have an appropriate version of InDesign loaded, it’ll highlight that word and show you where it is in the document.)
- To Copy and Paste the text out, you can either click and drag to select text, or hit Command-A (Select All), and do Copy. (That will copy the text to your clipboard, which makes it available for
use in other applications.)
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