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Chapter 16. Use of Text > The Rule of Six

The Rule of Six

Thou Shalt Not Use More Than Six Lines,

and

Thou Shalt Not Use More Than Six Words Per Line.

This is a good rule. It is based on reading research that attempted to answer the question, “How much information can a person absorb visually at one time?” The conclusion of the study was six lines of six words each.


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