Word count analysis - Batch files
Thread poster: Cultures Connection

Cultures Connection
France
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Oct 22, 2013

Hi there,

I have a large 80 files project. I have created several batches with studio 2009 and need to know where can I find the exact word count analysis for each file.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Fabrice


 

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Once the Project is active... Oct 22, 2013

... just click on the Reports View and you'll find the reports in there. There is also a simple wordcount report if you prefer? Just use the Batch tasks to run the Work Count and then this will also be available in the Reports View for the active project.

Regards

Paul


 

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Analysis but not for created batches Oct 22, 2013

Dear Paul,

Thank you for your answer. In the report view I can see the report analysis for the entire project. What I need is the analysis/wordcount for the batches I have created (and this information does not seem to be there).

Thanks

Fabrice


 


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