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    Toddrose
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    I want to create a flex board in 1 meter width and 2 meter height. Then how i calculate the equal ratio in inches to create the photoshop canvas?

    #218191

    Anonymous

    1 inch equals 2.54 cm. Also you can use unit switching functio of Photoshop to get the number: create a new document, enter your width and height, then click on the ‘inches’ measurements for width and height and change to cm. Your dimensions in centimetres will be 100 x 200 to give you the exact 1 m x 2 m document size.

    #218192

    Anonymous

    If you use often meters, then you can adjust meters as you default measures in :edit ->preferences->units…

    #218193

    Anonymous

    Firstly, you should create a new document, where you enter your width and height click on the ‘inches’ measurements for width and height and change to cm. Your dimensions in centimetres will be 100 x 200 to give you the exact 1 m x 2 m document size.

    #218194

    Anonymous

    @imigyjunia 35023 wrote:

    1 inch equals 2.54 cm. Also you can use unit switching functio of Photoshop to get the number: create a new document, enter your width and height, then click on the ‘inches’ measurements for width and height and change to cm. Your dimensions in centimetres will be 100 x 200 to give you the exact 1 m x 2 m document size.

    That right!



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    #218195

    Anonymous

    @nthp2013 43851 wrote:

    That right!

    where can i find how to adjust to meters? Cant find
    edit ->preferences->units

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