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Installing IE Count Text adds a new "Count Text" item to Microsoft Internet Explorer's context menus. Right-clicking inside any text entry form field produces the context menu. Clicking the "Count Text" item from that menu opens a small window displaying how many lines, words, and characters are contained in that field.
Click the "Count Text" item in the graphic example of I.E.'s context menu below to see exactly what you will see when you click the real menu item once you have IE Count Text installed. Feel free to alter the text in the text area.
Note: The text area above has a feature called "virtual wrap" enabled, as do most text areas on web forms. This means that as you type text into the field, when your text reaches the far right side, the cursor jumps down one line. This does not mean a new line is started. IE Count Text only counts ACTUAL carriage returns to determine the amount of lines in the text.
If the IE Count Text window is open and happens to get buried under other windows, the same window is reused, brought back to the top, and it's contents updated should you click the "Count Text" menu item again.
The program is completely safe to use and does not alter I.E.'s program file or hinder it's performance in any way. Though the IE Count Text window is a little web browser window, all of its content is processed and loaded locally from YOUR computer. Your text is not sent anywhere else for processing so your privacy is NOT compromised.
Note: Requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or later.
Best of all, the program is absolutely free! Visit our download page and get your copy today.