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    Computer memory advice

    At my work, we do a lot of scanning. Everyday, for various reasons, we are scanning and archiving hundreds of documents. I have been asked to quantify these archived documents. Someone wants to know approximately how many pages we have archived. I am wondering, is there a way to guess the number of pages just by looking at the memory that is being used up? Is there a formula that says, on average, 10,000 document = so much memory? (Or some such thing)


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    No, the size will vary with a lot of factors so that is no indicator. However if you are on Windows the number of files in any folder is displayed bottom left of the window.

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