estimating hours/page

Subject: estimating hours/page
From: "Kistler-Robinson, Judy" <jkistler -at- TRANE -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 21 May 1998 17:26:00 -0500

I've heard the industry standard for estimating the number of hours per
page is 2.5 to 4 hours. What does this include? Writing alone?
Interviewing, writing, editing, inserting graphics (making and editing
the screen shots?)

I've tried searching the archives but haven't had any luck so I must be
using the wrong key words. If this topic has been explored ad nauseum
previously, give me a clue where to look or reply offline. Thanks.

Judy Kistler-Robinson
jkistler -at- trane -dot- com
The Trane Company
Product Communications




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