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On Fri, Sep 2, 2011 at 1:09 PM, Gabrielle Kirsch <G -dot- Kirsch -at- f5 -dot- com> wrote:
> Hello smart Tech-wrlers
> I'm creating a learning path for internal training. It includes a bunch of white papers, some recorded demos, and some WBTs. For each piece, I need to include the approximate "time to complete". This is easy for recordings, but I also need to estimate it for printed materials.
> How many words per minute do you think I should use for my estimates? These are technical materials for a technical audience (but mostly overviews, so they aren't too dense). ÂA typical white paper has about 4500 words (and some diagrams).
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