This type of information is very helpful to your book designer.
If your book needs to be thicker to improve perceived value, your book designer can help in many ways.
Our writing experts write about 1000 words in one hour. People write differently, so for somebody even completing a page may take quite a lot of time.
One with another, students devote about 40 hours for such a lengthy paper.
Here’s an easy way to calculate how many extra pages your images will require: Voila!
Knowing your approximate page count can be helpful in a number of situations.
But first you’ll want to know approximately how many pages your finished book will have.
Here’s a simple way to calculate your book’s approximate page count using the word count of your manuscript.
Find your word count In Word, click anywhere in your document and your word count will show in the status bar at the bottom left, between the number of pages and the dictionary language.
Choose a trim size You’ll need to choose a trim size for your book just as a starting point, so choose the one below that’s the most appropriate for your book: For fiction: 5.5″ x 8.5″ For nonfiction: 6″ x 9″ Large format books with illustrations are more difficult to predict the final page count, but usually large pages will have a similar amount of text as small pages, as part of the large page will be devoted to illustrations, sidebars, captions, and so on.