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search key word on the network with windows 7

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Hi everyone,

I would to know if it is possible to search a key word inside a document (like word, pdf...) on the network.

Example: I have lots of word documents on the server and I have to find documents which have inside a key word that I need to change
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Click Start, and type "Folder Options", and on the Search Tab, click the second from the top radio button labeled "Always search file names and contents".

See if that helps....
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Yes it work perfectly, thanks for this good answer
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