Use word count Open a document. Tap More . Tap Word count to see the number of: Words.
Open a document. Tap More . Tap Word count to see the number of: Words.
To do this, right-click the status bar, and then click to clear the Word Count check box. To turn on the word count on the status bar, right-click the status bar, and then click to select the Word Count check box.
Word count includes everything in the main body of the text (including headings, tables, citations, quotes, lists, etc).
The new Evernote for Android: Select a note and tap the More actions button (three dots) at the top right of the note editor, then tap Note info to view the word and character counts.
View counts in Pages on iPhone and iPad Open your document in Pages on iPhone or iPad and then do the following to see your counts. On iPhone, tap More (three dots) on the top right. On iPad, tap View Options (square icon) on the top left. Turn on the toggle for Word Count.
If you don't see the word count at the bottom of the window, make sure you're in Editing view (click Edit Document > Edit in Word for the web). Click the word count to switch it off and on.
Show word count and other statistics in Pages on iPad
Open your Notepad++ by double-clicking the shortcut or searching it through the Windows search feature. Click on File and choose the Open option to open your document. Opening a file in Notepad++ Now click on the View menu in the menu bar and choose the Summary This will show you the word count of the document.
In Word for Mac, select the word count in the status bar. This displays the number of words, characters, lines, and more. The status bar displays the word count of the entire document unless you select a part of the text. In this case, the count for the selected text displays.
You can view the number of characters, lines, paragraphs, and other information in your Word for Mac, by clicking the word count in the status bar to open the Word Count box.
To open the Word Count dialog box, select the word count in the status bar or press Ctrl + Shift + G on your keyboard. The Word Count dialog box shows the number of pages, words, characters with and without spaces, paragraphs, and lines in your document.
Here's how to show the word count in a Microsoft Word document on your Mac: