Not sure what area this would fit in.
I have a word document that has several medical dictations in it. Would like to find some kind of script or way to make a list of the words in the document and note how many times each occurs.
Is there anything like that around?
Here is a new version of the script that includes the case insensitivity, and outputs the word list to a new document. I'm not sure why it's not working on your document. Could you explain exactly what
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