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I'm pretty sure you can do this with the EPO site although I've never done it myself. Try this page for more information.


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'poxoq for patents' is a search and retrieval tool which can be used to easily download publications in PDF format of granted patents, patent applications and utility models from over 90 countries. http://www.poxoq.com/ This might be worth trying altho the new license rules permit only the first 10 pages to be downloaded


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This sounds literally like the textbook way of doing a search. As in, the textbook I used in my CS 553 class at Brigham Young University in Fall 2003 taught using this method.


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