For example, as a freelance writer your client may have specific character counts they want you to obtain; for other business owners, perhaps the contact form for your client is character-count specific.
When you need to check the character count in Microsoft Word, you can do so in the same way you check the word count.
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As one would expect, Microsoft Word includes a feature to count the words in a document; it also includes the ability to count the characters.
Knowing the character count of a document is important for any business owner.
“He told me to write about something that was important to me and not simply answer the question,” she says.
“I wrote about [the Disney movie] and about how her personality inspired me to be resilient and to be myself.” Bednar believes that her essay allowed the readers to envision how she would fit into the community at St. “I believe that the Admission Office is looking for students who truly want to be here,” she says.
When Cal Schrupp ’19 applied, he talked about growing up in nearby Gilford, New Hampshire, and how that experience helped him become a part of the St. Schrupp, however, remembers one detail in particular about his first attempt at that essay. He did most of the work during his family’s annual trip to Canada during the winter break and says that dealing with feedback from his family was difficult at times.
He wanted to balance heeding their advice with being authentic.