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I'm trying to think of the word that means "a large task, almost more than is easily handled, but not unpleasant." The sentence that I am using it in is this:

I know that the number of topics and information within each topic to be covered seems to be a/an _______________ task, we will work through them as we are able.

Arduous and Herculean don't seem quite right. It's not insurmountable.

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I believe you're looking for "daunting".

I know that the number of topics and information within each topic to be covered seems to be a daunting task, but we will work through them as we are able.

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Consider extensive.

I know that the number of topics and information within each topic to be covered seems to be extensive; we will work through them as we are able to.

ODO:

extensive ADJECTIVE

1.1 Large in amount or scale

‘I have a fairly extensive amount of work done on the subject, and a number of links that are worth following.’

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