Here is another powertoy from the OneNote team, think of it as some love from the OneNote team on Valentine's Day. Jeff Cardon from the OneNote Test team wrote this powertoy which will count the number of words you have on a page, just by the click of the button. Here is what you should do:
This will launch the following app which counts the number of words on the page, title, ink and more! Just like this:
Download now: OneNote2007WordCount.zip
Now you can get a word count in OneNote, nice work Jeff! If any of you have problems or questions please let us know by leaving feedback below.
I've installed this add-in with .Net framework 3.5. It doesn't work for me. On cicking the icon, it greys out and nothing happens. Is it because the .Net version is 3.5 and not 2? Please help.
Great Job - I just started writing a column and really need this. I have been using OneNote for years - it rocks!!
Thanks for this powertoy - really helps
Works great. Would be even better if one has the option of choosing to count all words on one page, in one section, in the selection, or in page subgroup.
It also works with Office 2010. I'm trying the beta version now. It's under the "add-ons" ribbon.
You absolute star!! This is unbelievably useful. Thank you so much!
this didnt help[ at all i mean come on people dontwant to downlad anything they want to know like trick to do word count anywhere beside counting 56000000000 words everytiome
this doesn't seem to work for/in 2010.
This is very useful
The link for the One Note 2007 word count download does not work.