How To Keep Track of Words with WordCounter @WordCounter #WebToolsWiki

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An Automated Word Count And A Character Count Tool

WordCounter is a free online tool for writers, editors, students and anyone else who needs to keep track of their word count.  It’s simple, clean, and loads quickly for those of you who need speed.

Also, this free tool ranks your most frequently used words in a body of text. This then lets you see your most overused words thereby helping you find other appropriate words to use.

Whatever project you are working on, just copy and paste your text. You can filter out some settings to include or not include all of your words, including the little ones like: it, and, the, and so on.

Additionally, you can also set the number of words to include in the list ranging from 25, 50, 100 and 200.

Keep Track of Words with WordCounter @WordCounter #WebToolsWiki

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