findAll Property


Indicates whether all matches should be returned between the provided bounds instead of just the first.


JavaScript Syntax
Object.defineProperty(DocumentViewerFindText.prototype, 'findAll', 
	get: function(), 
	set: function(value) 
TypeScript Syntax
findAll: boolean; 

Property Value

true to always search through the entire bounds and return all matches, or false to stop searching after finding the first match. The default value is true.


If FindAll is true, DocumentViewerText.Find will always search completely through the BeginPosition and EndPosition bounds (though order may differ due to Start), and all results will be returned. This usually results in a much longer find operation, and if DocumentViewerText.AutoGetText is true then each page without parsed text will need to be parsed as well.

Additionally, if FindAll is true then the value of Loop does not matter.

SelectFirstResult can be used to select the first result and bring it into view automatically.

For more information, refer to DocumentViewerText.Find.


For an example, refer to DocumentViewerText.Find.


Target Platforms

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