I type hundreds of pages of continuous documents. Since installing Word 2007, when I get to the bottom of the screen, the page won't advance so I can't see what I'm typing. I have to move my hand from the keyboard and scroll down, over and over and over.
Can anyone help on this? I've gone through tutorials, MS Word help searches...which are poor.
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The number of pages (printed?) would be a function of font size & margins. The number of words would be easier to get a handle on using something like http://ginstrom.com/CountAnything/
or the word counting feature in WORD.
Unfortunately you'd have to open the files to get a count; easy for a few but not so easy for 16,000 files. :(
You could 'count' a sampling of files, then estimate the rest based on file size to word count correlation.
Or you could 'print' the files to PDF & then merge them into a single PDF document. This would give a better printed page count. The could be done on a sampling basis.
The product key on the bottom is for Microsoft Windows, look closely at the label. Most probably MS Office was installed on the laptop in a time-limited trial version with a purchase option - inspect the documents that came with the laptop.
Before you open up Publisher and this document, open up task manager and note how much RAM is used as well as your paging file usage. After you open the document, take another look at your RAM and paging file usage again. If both have increased dramatically, you may want to use smaller images (via compression for JPEG files or lowering the resolution of the images first). Or you could invest in more RAM for the computer.