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Word, Character and Line Counts for DOCX Files

AnyCount automatically produces correct word counts, character counts, and line counts for single or multiple files in .DOCX files.

Word count results window for .DOCX file format:

AnyCOunt - Word counts, character counts, line counts, and page counts for .DOC files (Microsoft® Word for Windows, Microsoft® Word for Macinthosh file formats)

In addition to usual text counting, AnyCount has additional options:

  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Running Headers.
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Running Footers.
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Footnotes.
    AnyCount - Word Count and Character Count in Foot Note
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Endnotes:
    AnyCount - Word Counts and Character Counts in Endnote
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Text Boxes:
    AnyCount - Word Count and Character Count in Text Box
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Shapes.
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts in Embedded and Linked Objects.
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts of Comments.
  • Word counts, character counts, and line counts of Hidden Text.

Word count settings window for .DOCX file format:

AnyCount - Word count settings for .DOC

AnyCount is able to optionally ignore texts in identical headers/footers and hidden text.

When counting of .DOCX files is completed, you can:

  • view count results on the screen;
  • sort results in columns;
  • copy results to clipboard;
  • print count results;
  • export count results to .TXT format;
  • export count results to Comma-Separated Text/Tab-Separated Text;
  • export count results to .HTML format;
  • export count results to MS Word format;
  • export count results to MS Excel format;
  • export count results to .RTF format.

AnyCount and MS Word

As a rule AnyCount count results are similar to those provided by MS Word statistics feature, but sometimes there can be differences. The reasons for the difference are the following:

  • AnyCount optionally counts headers, footers, text boxes, shapes, embedded and linked objects, comments and notes, whereas MS Word up to version 2003 does not. MS Word 2007 counts text boxes, shapes, footnotes and end notes, which means that you may get different results by counting same file in MS Word 2003 and MS Word 2007.
  • AnyCount does not count text format elements (e. g. list bullets), because they represent the result of formatting only, and MS Word does.
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