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Subject:Re: word count in FrameMaker 5.5 From:Judith Eisenberg <judith -at- CORP -dot- AUSPEX -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 9 Dec 1998 10:19:35 -0800
I know about that feature but it doesn't do whole books, only chapter by
chapter. Also, some of my chapters don't have that option and I don't know
why. If anyone who can shed some light on this, I'd be appreciative.
At 08:33 PM 12/8/98 -0600, Steve Iverson wrote:
>There is a utility in Frame that will do word counts. Under the File menu,
>there is a choice called Document Reports or Document Info (I'm doing this
>memory, so it may not be exactly right). Then you need to choose Reports, and
>Word count should come up as a default. That's all there is to it...pretty
>simple. Sorry if the directions are not exact. I used it today, and now I've
>forgotten exactly what I did (onset of ...)!!
>Judith Eisenberg wrote:
>> Does anyone know if FrameMaker can count the words in a book? If not, is
>> there a utility that does this for .PDF docs?
>> Thanks in advance for your help.
>> Judith Eisenberg, Technical Publications Manager
>> judith -at- corp -dot- auspex -dot- com
>> Phone: 408/566-2242
>> Fax: 408/566-2364
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