Measurement Units in Excel

krazyvshank

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Nov 7, 2002
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Hi there,
the default measurement units as seen in excel for all columns or rows is pixels (by default it shows, "8.43 64 pixels"). Is there any way to see this in centimeters or inches. Please help. Thanx in advance.
 

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Gemini

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Hi krazyvshank

I just found something that might work for you....In the insert function look for CONVERT...Hope this helps you...I typed in inches and centimeters and that is the function it gave me..."CONVERT"
 

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