In the previous post, we saw ‘How to Check Spelling & Grammar in Microsoft Word?‘, now we will learn about How to Show Word Count in Microsoft Word?
Where to Find this option?
To find this option Launch Word from the Start menu (Windows 10) Click on Start Menu-> # and Select Letter “W” you will find a word icon click on that to open.
Select your word document file or click on the ‘Blank Document’ option and start typing. Click on the ‘Review’ tab under the proofing group you will find this option ‘Word Count’ click on that as shown below:
Word counts the number of words in a document while you type. Word also counts pages, paragraphs, lines, and characters.
It automatically counts the number of words in your document and displays it in the status bar at the bottom.
Shortcut for Show word count
To show the word count press ‘CTRL + SHIFT + G’ as shown below
Understand With – Example
“If your teacher asks you to write about a personal experience, try to tell it by using the first person. This is the easiest style in which to write something. You might choose something that you remember well or something that changed your life. Teachers who work with a large number of foreign-born students often ask them to write about the time they first arrived in the United States. That’s a good assignment because it allows you to write in the first person and the details in this kind of paragraph are likely to be very vivid. Here’s an example.
To make your document look professionally produced, Word provides header, footer, cover page, and text box designs that complement each other. For example, you can add a matching cover page, header, and sidebar. Click Insert and then choose the elements you want from the different galleries.
Reading is easier, too, in the new Reading view. You can collapse parts of the document and focus on the text you want. If you need to stop reading before you reach the end, Word remembers where you left off – even on another device.”
Go to the ‘Review’ tab and click on the ‘Word Count’ option or simply press ‘CTRL +SHIFT +G’ as
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