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Ron Sering wrote:
> Does anyone have any methods of estimating the time required for a
> documentation project, for both Winhelp and paper manuals?
Michael Barwick wrote:
> There has to be a book or article somewhere about this crucial skill.
I posted a similar question months ago, and someone referred me to a book by
JoAnn Hackos, called "Managing Your Documentation Projects." It's part of the
Wiley Technical Communication Library series. The book covers every phase of
a publication project.
Cost is $39.95 U.S.
You also might want to search the TECHWR-L archives - this subject has been
discussed thoroughly, as have most others! :-)