#1
Okay, sorry I've been making the thread's tonight like a mad-man, but you know how it is, I just got them questions.

Anyway, can someone tell me of a way for Microsoft Word to tell me how many words are in my paper?

Thanks
#3
tools>word count
...Nothing you've ever...
...Planned on ever turned out...
...The way you planned...


...You're still disappointing them...
#4
Tools - Word Count.
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#5
Yeah, I figured it'd be something like that. Just I dont really have Microsoft Word, I have this called 'Wordperfect 10', so when I go into Tools, I see no 'word count'.

Insight? Shit out of luck?
#6
Count the number of words* in a few full lines and get the average of those. Then multiply by the total number of lines in your essay (exclude those little lines with like four words).

*Don't count things like "a" "it" "and" "or" etc.
Last edited by R0CKER1220 at Sep 9, 2007,
#7
Quote by R0CKER1220
Count the number of words in a few full lines and get the average of those. Then multiply by the total number of lines in your essay (exclude those little lines with like four words).


Worked. I should be good to go.

Thanks guys.