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Subject:Project Estimates--References From:Laurel Nelson <SPNEL02 -at- DOF-SSP1 -dot- FINANCE -dot- STATE -dot- MN -dot- US> Date:Thu, 28 Dec 1995 09:35:48 CST-360
Regarding estimating project hours, costs, etc., the February 1995
issue of the STC journal has a good article on the subject entitled
"Estimating the Cost of High-quality Documentation," (Volume 42,
Also, the book "Techniques for Technical Communicators" by Carol
Barnum and Saul Carliner has a good chapter on the subject--"Planning
and Tracking a Project" (Chapter 3). Good luck!
Laurel Y. Nelson, Tech Writer/Help Author
St. Paul, MN
e-mail: SPNEL02 -at- ssp1 -dot- finance -dot- state -dot- mn -dot- us