All book publishers and book designers have standards for estimating page length. Some will move from one page to another. Others do what they say. According to book writers, 60% of the manuscript pages can be merged into one typeset page (this manuscript is a 12-point font, double-spaced, preferably Times New Roman, with a 1-inch margin on an 8.5 x 11-inch document. Yes .) Another rule of thumb is that you can get 250-300 words on the layout page. You can take help from Britain book writing. It estimates depends on the font, point size, reading and page trimming or physical size used. Usually refers to a commercial paperback with a 6x9 inch decoration. In other words, a 55,000-word manuscript has approximately 220 typeset pages, and a 100,000-word manuscript has approximately 400 typeset pages.