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Like with all essay outlines, informative essay outlines too should have a word count limit. Else they would defeat the very purpose of writing them. A good assumption is to use the one tenth fractions wherein the word count of an outline should be one tenth of the actual essay word count. By doing this you ensure that the main essay word count does not increase and at the same time the essay contains relevant and precise information. Depending upon the complexity of the essay you may wish to increase or decrease the word count of the outline. Some templates contain word count limits on the outlines and the essays.
Writing Your Paper
If you have taken your time and written a well-organized, well-thought-out outline, then writing your paper, manuscript, or other document should be relatively easy, especially if you have used the sentence outline format. To write your document, simply use your main topics as the topic sentences of the paragraphs in your paper, and then use your subtopics as your supporting points and the sub-subtopics as the examples or explanatory text. Or for longer papers or books, you would use the main topics as the topic sentences for the introductory paragraphs in a section or chapter (and add other introductory information as needed), and then you would use the subtopics for the topic sentences of the supporting paragraphs, and the sub-subtopics for the sentences that add additional or explanatory text.