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#1 Alistair



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Posted Today, 05:17 PM

Has anyone calculated the height equivalence of the modules in the various Accordance collections?


This would be the height of the printed volumes if stacked one on top of the other.


e.g. "The starter collection is equivalent to 17 feet 3 and a half inches of printed resources."


It would be a great way of marketing your products…



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#2 Dan Francis

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Posted Today, 05:38 PM



Truly a novel idea, the question becomes which version do you us... I think of the original 1990 edition of the New Jerusalem Bible it was one and a half time as thick as the regular edition, due to thicker paper having been used.  This volume over 3 inches offers quite a height compared to the current version well under 2 inches. Again next question is do we use paper back versions or HC versions. It may well be an effort worth making, but opens up many questions.



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Posted Today, 06:26 PM

That's a really fun idea. I'll bet the team could come up with an easy per-page (or per 100 pages) average height to make the calculations.
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