Mastering Word Count on Google Slides: Simple Tips and Tricks

How to Check Word Count on Google Slides

Hello, I'm Tracy from Techimperatives.net. In this guide, I will explain a simple method on how to check word count on Google Slides. It's important to note that Google Slides does not offer a built-in feature to count words. However, I have found an easy workaround for this.

Method to Count Words in Google Slides

This method involves copying your text from Google Slides into Google Docs, which does have a word count feature.

Step 1: Select and Copy Your Text

After opening your slide presentation, select the text you want to count. To select all the text on a slide, use keyboard shortcut Control+A (or Command+A for users). Right-click on the selected text and choose Copy, or use shortcut Control+C (or Command+C for Mac users).

Step 2: Paste Text into Google Docs

Navigate to Google Docs and create a new blank document. Paste the text you copied (shortcut being Control+V or Command+V for Mac users).

Step 3: Check Word Count

In Google Docs, navigate to the menu selection: Tools > Word Count or use the shortcut Control+Shift+C (or Command+Shift+C for Mac users). A pop-up box will appear, showing you the word count.

Conclusion

Although checking the word count in Google Slides requires a workaround, it can be efficiently done by incorporating Google Docs into your workflow. Hopefully, with my simplified guide, you now have a clear understanding of how to check the word count in Google Slides.

If you have any further queries or if you need assistance with any tech on other platforms, be sure to get in touch with me at tracy@techimperatives.net.

My mission with Techimperatives.net is to make tech less intimidating and more approachable for everyone. And to that end, I am committed to demystifying intricate tech problems and providing easy-to-follow solutions.

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