How to achieve 500 one word substitution ?

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I am having ms word 2007 and I need to achieve 500 one word substitution. I was using ms word 2003 earlier. So I have used word count feature on it. Does anyone know easy way to count word on ms word 2007. If so advice me on this. Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #131139

How to achieve 500 one word substitution ?

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Hi,

You can use find and replace option to achieve your objective.

  1. Home > Replace
  2. Then enter find what and replace with
  3. Replace all

It will replace all 500 words instantly. 

Find and Replace
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Answered By 0 points N/A #131140

How to achieve 500 one word substitution ?

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Word count feature in 2007 is really useful, you can turn it on by doing the step below:

  1. Point your mouse to the bottom of the word window and press right click
  2. Choose the option word count

After doing the step above, the word count feature will be turned on for the entire document and you can see the count in the status bar.

Another tip, if you want to count words in a paragraph or sentence, simply block the words using your mouse and you can see the word count.

If you need more information, click the link I provided below

Answered By 567060 points N/A #306815

How to achieve 500 one word substitution ?

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If you need to count the words in your document, you don’t need to install any program. You can do it right within Microsoft Office Word. First, compose your document in Microsoft Office Word. To check the current number of words in your document, press CTRL + A on your keyboard to select or highlight the entire contents of your composition.

On the bottom left corner of your screen, right above the “Start” menu, you should see something like “Words: 257/257”. This is the current word count of your document.

Microsoft Office Word word count

The value on the left of the slash (“/”) symbol is the number of words currently selected or highlighted while the value on the right is the total number of words in your document. You can also click this to bring up the “Word Count” dialog.

Microsoft Office Word word count

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