I’m trying to prepare the materials for an open laptop examination. The notes are given in pdf and the key factor to doing well is navigation skills. I’m on a mac and I’m usually viewing these slides with Preview.
When I’m using a Ctrl-F, the words in the picture contained on a particular page don’t get highlighted, and I understand that it’s because of the formatting of the picture. This is illustrated in the diagram below when I searched for “group”.
May I ask if it’s possible to “decompile” the picture, such that when a Ctrl-F is used, even the words in the picture are included in the search results. I have a feeling adobe photoshop can do this, but I'm not sure of the term used to label this action and I'm also relatively new to photoshop.
This means that the solution will allow all the “electron” words in the following picture to be seen in Ctrl F.
If I'm at the wrong site, please redirect me to the appropriate platform, thank you.