Written by Allen Wyatt (last updated March 2, 2023)
This tip applies to Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019, and Word in Microsoft 365
Fred has a folder that contains, perhaps, 200 Word documents. Many of these documents have a hundred or more pages. He is looking for a simple way to display a list of all the documents in the folder along with the page count of each of the documents.
Fortunately, this can be easily done in Windows. All you need to do is follow these steps:
Figure 1. The Choose Details dialog box.
Realize that these steps will change the view details for only the current folder—the one you are looking at right now. If you want to change the view for all your folders, then you should perform the following steps immediately after having done the previous set of steps:
Figure 2. The View tab of the Folder Options dialog box.
After you modify the view to include page counts (or any other items you want included), you may need to close the Explorer window and reopen it to make sure you can see all the information you requested.
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