One of the things you will want to know, is the time you spend writing a piece of text or editing the document. If you are using Microsoft Word, you can get information on how much time you spent working on a document.
Microsoft Word has a timer which is started automatically when you start to work on a document. When the document is saved the timer stops and it saves the time. When you edit file and save it again, the current spent time will be added to the time spent before. If you will not save the document the time will not be added. Also, do you know how to use Microsoft Office for Free? Read here the 5 Ways How to use Microsoft Office for Free.
View the Amount of Time Spent Editing a Document
In this guide, we will show you how to find the amount of time spent working or editing a document in Microsoft Office, version 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.
For Office 2003 and 2007:
To view the current time spent working on your document, you have to click on File in Office 2003, or the Office Logo in Office 2007 and navigate to Prepare and click Properties. See the screenshot bellow:
If you are using Microsoft Office 2010, to view the total time spent. Click File and navigate to Info. There under the Properties section, you will see Total Editing Time. It will show all the time from the beginning of the document, including the time since the last save. See the screenshot bellow:
To view the total mount of time spent editing a document in Microsoft Office 2013 or Microsoft Office 2016, you will have to click less buttons. Basically what you have to do is to click File and then Info tab, the first tab. See the screenshots:
From your Office 2013 document click on File.