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Here we answer some particularly frequently asked questions.

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How is a standard line defined?

A standard line consists of 50 strokes. These include not just the letters but also the punctuation and spaces.

If you wrote your text with a word processing program such as Word, you can have the strokes counted automatically in the program. Divide this value by 50 and the result is the number of standard lines.

All other text formats only allow for a rough estimate of the strokes.

Our experience is as follows: continuous text on a sheet of A4 paper nearly always contains more than 50 strokes per line (depending on the type size).