Google Docs is a web-based word processor. It lets you create, edit, and save a document. It includes a spreadsheet for accounting. Google Docs has a slider for creating slides or presentations, and Forms for creating forms.
Google Docs is compatible with most word processing application software. You can save your job as a web page or a manuscript. It is used by associates, professional bloggers for various purposes.
How to Count Words in Google Docs?
Word Counter comes in handy during several situations. It tells you the number of words, characters, and characters excluding spaces in a document.
Word Counter helps you in writing a job application that has a minimum and maximum word count. If you are editing a document and have not formatted it, word counter tells you how closed you are to being done.
MS Word has a word counter that gives an idea of the number of words in a particular document. Fortunately, Google Docs has a similar tool that’s inside the settings tab, and to make use of it you need to access it manually.
Follow the step-by-step instructions to see Word Count in Google Docs
- In the upper corner of Google Docs, click on Tools & scroll down to Word Count.
- A box will pop up that tells you the number of words, characters (both including and excluding spaces) in Google Docs. Have a look and click on OK.
- There is a shortcut method, click on Cntrl+Shift+C for the box to pop up.
Follow these instructions to see Word Count in a chunk of text:
- Highlight the text or select Word Count under Tools or press Cntrl+Shift+C for the box to pop up.
- The box displays the number of words, characters (both including and excluding spaces) concerning the total number in Docs.