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    how to check the fequency of a single word in Microsoft Word 2010

    Hello Everyone !

    I am a freelance writer. My client has asked me to write articles in such a way that not even a single word should repeat itself beyond 6 times. I am currently using Microsoft Word 2010 and it does not have any option to count the number of times a word is being used automatically. I have Google searched it but the results suggest using FIND and Replace key. I cannot check each word one by one using the FIND key. If anyone knows the solution then do let me know, i will be quite grateful.

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    Patriok
    Last edited by Patriok; 6th September 2013 at 08:53 PM.

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    The only way I can think of is to link it to Excel and use Conditional Formatting to either count or colour code words used.

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    Does this work? http://www.wordcounter.com/

    Googling for Duplicate Word Finder seems to throw up a few results.
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    This is what I did. I copied your post into Word and saved it as a text file. I then opened the file in Excel using space delimiters. Then I sorted by the row. You can see below the frequency of each word. There's possibly an Excel function that will allow you to detect repetitions, maybe a filter. It may work better if you replace spaces with CR/LF so that the list is in a column rater than a row as it will handle more a bigger text file.



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    Thank a lot to all of you, actually i m not good at excel but this link can solve my problem up to great extent WordCounter. It was the first time i created a thread and here i am with a great solution thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriok View Post
    Thank a lot to all of you, actually i m not good at excel but this link can solve my problem up to great extent WordCounter. It was the first time i created a thread and here i am with a great solution thanks again
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