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Acrobat catalog plugin

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Aug 06, 2020

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Hello, new to acrobat and trying to use the "catalog plugin" to create a full text index of  a pdf file(s). At first I was having a hard time finding if this plugin was already installed in the Acrobat DC Pro I jsut installed. Now while in Acrobat, I click "About Adobe Plugins" , I get a dialog box listing what I assume are different plug ins on the left side. I click on "catalog" and on teh right side I see "catalog.api" and it displays "yes" for loaded and certified. So am I all set to use the catalog plugin?  I honestly beleive that when I first saw this about screen it said "no" for loaded but I can't be certain. Could I have installed this plugin without knowing? This may seem like a stupid question but I will have clients that will need this plugin. Is there another way to determine if this catalog plugin is installed and ready to use other than this about box?

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Acrobat catalog plugin

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Hello, new to acrobat and trying to use the "catalog plugin" to create a full text index of  a pdf file(s). At first I was having a hard time finding if this plugin was already installed in the Acrobat DC Pro I jsut installed. Now while in Acrobat, I click "About Adobe Plugins" , I get a dialog box listing what I assume are different plug ins on the left side. I click on "catalog" and on teh right side I see "catalog.api" and it displays "yes" for loaded and certified. So am I all set to use the catalog plugin?  I honestly beleive that when I first saw this about screen it said "no" for loaded but I can't be certain. Could I have installed this plugin without knowing? This may seem like a stupid question but I will have clients that will need this plugin. Is there another way to determine if this catalog plugin is installed and ready to use other than this about box?

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Look at the plugin folder of the Acrobat Installation.

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