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What is a "Searchable PDF"?
Viewed 1749 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
The PDF file format can be confusing, especially when it comes to understanding what constitutes a "searchable" PDF file. To understand whether a PDF file is searchable, you have to look at its origin. Text-Based PDF First, a PDF file can originate... Read More
Error: "Indexed Cabinet Required"
Viewed 1072 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
If you receive an error that you don't have any indexed cabinets to search, here's what you need to do: On the "Search" tab, click the "Index Options" button (it's on the right-hand side, near the top) Put a check mark next to each cabinet you want... Read More
What is a "Searchable" File?
Viewed 1040 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
Enterprise Organizer Pro Professional's built-in search feature can search documents which contain actual text. For example, a Word document contains actual text. A scanned TIFF image, on the other hand, doesn't. Even though the scanned image seems... Read More
Number Searches
Viewed 1015 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
With Enterprise Organizer Pro built-in engine, as with most search engines, all punctuation is ignored. So the number 28.88 is treated as two distinct numbers: 28 and 88.Further, by default Enterprise Organizer Pro does an "any" search, meaning that... Read More
Troubleshooting Built-in Search
Viewed 1010 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
If the built-in search engine (not Windows Search) never returns any search results, your first step is to make sure that you actually have indexes. Click the "Cabinets" button then the "Indexing Options" tab. Look at your cabinets. They should have... Read More
Searches are Returning Too Many Results
Viewed 1005 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
The built-in search engine in Enterprise Organizer Pro defaults to a very broad search pattern (does not apply to Windows Search). For example, by default Enterprise Organizer Pro will: Allow two letter deviations per word (to account for bad OCR)... Read More
You Can’t Index a Cabinet Because It’s Grayed Out
Viewed 995 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
Issue You are trying to index a cabinet, but it is disabled or grayed out in the index list. Applies to: Enterprise Organizer Pro version 5 or newer, using the built-in search engine. Cause In Enterprise Organizer Pro, you can share indexes with... Read More
Security Concerns with Search Indexes
Viewed 968 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
Search indexes can be a security hole on a network. A search index contains actual data and keywords from files and can even produce a preview. So even if a computer doesn't have access to a sensitive file, it could still get a full preview of the... Read More
Cabinet isn’t in the Search List
Viewed 966 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
This article describes how to enable search for a cabinet. Applies to: Enterprise Organizer Pro Professional using the built-in search engine. Explanation Before you can search your cabinets, they have to be indexed. Enterprise Organizer Pro... Read More
Speed Up Searches
Viewed 942 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
When you're searching with the built-in search engine (as opposed to Windows Search, which is the default), search speed can be heavily affected by the search terms and options. For starters, go to the Search tab and de-select both "Fuzzy" and ... Read More
Quickly Refresh Your Search Indexes
Viewed 899 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
Enterprise Organizer Pro has some shortcut methods for updating your search indexes on-the-fly. This is a fast, easy way to refresh your indexes right before you run a search. In the "Search" view, you'll notice a drop-arrow next to the "Index... Read More
Speeding Up Searches
Viewed 893 times since Fri, Oct 25, 2013
This article describes how to speed up searches with Enterprise Organizer Pro's built-in search engine. Narrow Your Search Query A broad search is slower than a narrow one. So try to keep your search query as narrow as possible. You should avoid... Read More