Can someone please tell me if there is a ' word count'
feature on Hub?
I have just done an article and want to know how many words there is.
And if yes how do you use it?
I copy the whole Hub into a word processor to count words.
I type up all my content in Word first. I then do my word count etc before cutting and pasting into my hub.
Or if you havent already wasted your money get open office - its free openoffice.org
For a quick online word count I've put up this page: www.squoogle.com/wordcount.html
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