The page count affects the price of your book. The final page count is a result of a book’s formatting and trim size. Your choice of font and font size, margin settings, spacing and leading, and trim sizes are all formatting options that can increase or decrease the page count. Even with a set word count, it would be difficult to guess the final page count for a book. But it is sometimes necessary to project the page count when estimating print costs. You must wait until your book is completely formatted and the layout design is done to find that out for certain. A book’s page count would also include its front matter and back matter.
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