Looking for Word Count, Character Count, or Line Count? "Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts."
Albert Einstein
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Define What To Count Settings in AnyCount determine which objects should or should not be included in count results. These may include numbers, footers, headers, text in shapes, and so on. After files and folders have been selected and added, click Settings button to adjust common and format specific count settings

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Select Count Units Before starting counting process, ensure that you select right count units. These can be characters with spaces, characters without spaces, words, lines, pages or your own count units. Currently selected count unit is displayed in the bottom right corner of the AnyCount window. You can change count unit with the help of drop-down list.

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Obtain Precise Results After you click the Count! button AnyCount Text Count Engineruns and produces word counts, line counts, page or character counts for the documents you have selected. After the text count is completed, results are displayed in the table

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Archive for November, 2016

Schrödinger’s Page


I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said,
but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.

Robert J. McCloskey, former State Department spokesperson

Hesitations with regard to how many words or characters a page contains may seem irrelevant. A printed word is similar to a small but rigid structure made of smaller blocks, i.e. characters. A page looks like a body made of molecules in the form of words. In turn, words look like molecules structured with atoms. Characters are able to exchange places or even migrate from one word to another. Elementary physics suggests that nothing comes from nowhere and goes to nowhere. It is very clear and simple. A body is a body and a page is a page. Word counting does not involve any mysticism or metaphysics. Sir Isaac Newton could have acknowledged that.

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