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AnyCount can be run from the command line: anycount.exe file_name /c /c at the end means that actually counting started. The results will be displayed in a regular AnyCount window.
Administrative rights are required only for installation of AnyCount, and no special requirements to the access rights needed for using the program.
AnyCount searches for automatic updates on the Internet when starting. It can be blocked by your firewall software because of its network activity. Make sure that Anycount is added into the trusted (safe) programs list of your firewall.
Yes, AnyCount can count files located on network drives. But sometimes, due to the network connection this may slow down the process.
AnyCount is designed mainly for translation needs, as a Windows application. Unfortunately, AnyCount does not have an API to be integrated into other applications.
The current version of AnyCount is able to count Adobe InDesign files if they are exported into the .PDF format, which is supported by AnyCount.
AnyCount is not available as a web application.
Try to run AnyCount in Admin mode (even if you work under an administrator account, all applications in Vista are opened with user's rights by default). In order to do this, open the AnyCount installation folder, right-click AnyCount.exe and choose Run as...
To disable pop-up hints, click on the Settings tab and uncheck the Show Hints checkbox as shown on the screenshot below.
This procedure is pretty simple: 1. Download and install the program. Log into your personal account at: http://clients.translation3000.com [http://clients.translation3000.com]. Retrieve the installer and serial number for your program. 2. Activate ...
Please perform the following steps: 1. Once you have the count results, please go to the "Invoice" tab and click the "New" button. 2. Set the price and click the "Save and Open" button. 3. A standard "Save As" window will appear. Select the location...
Anycount uses Microsoft Office programs when processing documents. An error such as this may appear if you have recently manipulated your installattion of Microsoft Office (installing, uninstalling, updating, etc.). This can lead to errors in the regi...
Please launch AnyCount in Admnistrator mode and disable "Multi-core processing" in "Settings > General". Then, please check you MS Office settings. Please start MS Word, open File - Options - General, scroll down to make sure "Open e-mail attachments ...