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Lowercase a.m. and p.m. and always use periods. Lowercase noon and midnight. Do not use 12 noon or 12 midnight (redundant). Use noon or midnight. Do not use 12 p.m. or 12 a.m. Use noon or midnight. Do not use 8 a.m. in the morning (redundant) Use 8 a.m. Do not use o'clock with a.m. or p.m.
Just click the Info pane (at the top-left), and you'll see Total Editing Time displayed in the right-hand column. To view editing time in Windows, track down the file using Windows Explorer and then right-click on it and select Properties. In the details tab, you'll see Total editing time. And that covers it.
On the sidebar that pops up, click the Info command (it's likely already selected by default when you open the File menu. Over on the right, the Info pane shows various information about your document. Under the Properties section, you'll see the Total Editing Time value.
View Document Properties in Word To view properties for an open document in Word, click the File tab and click on Info. On the right side of the window, the document properties are listed, including the Last Modified date, the date the document was Created, the Author, and the number of Words in the document.
Firstly, click File tab. Then go to the backstage of Word and make sure Info tab is displayed. And on the rightest column where lays the document properties, you can check the Total Editing Time option.
Open your document in Microsoft Word. On the top of your screen, click on the tab 'Tools'. In the drop-down menu, click on 'Word count'. You will see the number of pages in your document, number of words, number of characters (including and excluding spaces), number of paragraphs and number of lines in a pop-up table.
Step 1: Count words per each line. Step 2: Count the lines per page. Step 3: Multiply. Step 4: Because you already know the numbers of words per page, now multiply 176 by the total pages of your composition/essay.
To check word count, simply place your cursor into the text box above and start typing. You'll see the number of characters and words increase or decrease as you type, delete, and edit them.
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