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In a message dated 95-12-23 09:50:23 EST, srm -at- C2 -dot- ORG (Richard Mateosian)
> In fact, the point of my post was that the question was
>naive and not likely to lead to useful information.
Richard, the original question about hours-per-page estimating may be a
question that you and I and other senior writers grappled with a long time
ago, but it's not naive. And I, for one, find the responses interesting. They
give me something with which to compare.
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