In previous posts about word-count in Microsoft Word, we reviewed standard methods of counting words, characters, and lines in Microsoft Word, but what about page count?
If translators work with a lengthy document, it raises the issue of page count. To count pages manually is a bad idea, you know. So how do we deal with that?
You can access the word-count statistics pop-up window, where the Microsoft Word displays the number of pages. You can open it via the Review tab > Proofing > Word Count.
On the status bar at the bottom of the Word window, you can find statistics on the number of pages, as well as the information about what page you are currently on.
If you don’t see your page statistics on the Status Bar, you should do the following:
In case you need navigation between pages in your document, you can open the navigation pane by clicking the page number in the lower-left corner of the screen.
AnyCount handles page count better than any other word-count tool. Just select count units:
Click the “Count!” button and get results:
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