Matching realworld distance to screen distance

You can specify that one inch on your screen equals one inch of "real" distance. You'll find this tool particularly useful if you are drawing in 1:1 Zoom mode, as it lets you work using real world distances as opposed to relative distances that depend on screen resolution.

Before you can perform this procedure, you need a clear plastic ruler for comparing real-world and on-screen distances. This ruler should use the same unit of measurement you set for the grid and rulers. For more information, see "Using the rulers and grid" on page 55.

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