Whether you do some writing or translate texts with Microsoft Word 2010, it may be essential to be aware of the document’s number of words. Microsoft Word 2010 has a simple to use, a built-in word-count tool for tracking your words and characters in all versions. This is true for desktop and online editions, mobile applications.
In this paragraph, I’m going to tell you how to find the Word Count button in Classic Menu for Microsoft Word 2010. The Word Count button is located on the Review tab under the Proofing section by default. In the picture below, you can see the exact position of the word-count tool in Word.
There is also another way to open the word-count panel. You can see the status bar in the lower-left corner of the screen, which displays the number of words in the document. Click on it to open the word-count dialog box.
You can view all the statistics in different count units such as pages, words, characters with or without spaces, paragraphs, and lines.
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