you generate a Google search, a list of linked "finds"
is displayed showing where the particular words or phrase was
found in all the files of the website. Links are provided to the
files where words were found. The search results of the Notes
pages opens the .pdf file at the beginning of each book when you
click the link, so you need to copy the search word(s) and then
re-enter them in the Acrobat/Adobe Reader "Find" feature
in order to locate all the occurrences in each book.
The PDX index search, made with Acrobat in a stand-alone (non-html)
environment, does not work online. To get the full advantage of
an Acrobat .pdx index search, purchase the Expository Notes CD
from Sonic Light (item TCN-100 under "How to Order"). Sonic Light's
CD includes a .pdx index file that enables a complete word search
of all 66 books of the Notes. This advanced search
feature allows you to quickly find all the instances of
any word or phrase included in the Notes throughout the approx.
8,000 pages. The Acrobat .pdx search results show a complete list
of all the occurrences, book by book in all the books the search
word(s) occur in, with links that go to the exact location in
the Notes (not simply previewing the found words with surrounding
text, but actually hyperlinking to each page of the Notes where
the word/phrase is found).
to see the .pdx advanced index search feature described. You need
either Adobe Acrobat, or an Adobe Reader with the Advanced
Search function, to use the .pdx index search.