Set printer scale to 100%
The rulers below are pre-set to commonly used scales. Print this page and compare the 1:1 scale against a standard tape or ruler.
Un-check 'Top Border' to remove ruler top line. Un-check 'Color' to print in black and white.
To test the accuracy of printed scale, print this page (with printer set to 100% scale) and compare the lower 1:1 scale rule against a standard ruler or tape.
If it doesn’t exactly match, mouse over the Scale arrows to adjust the scale until printed scale matches.
Un-check 'Top Border' to remove ruler top line. Once the paper is cut or folded, this can make it easier to align and read from the scaled plan.
Un-check 'Color' to print in black and white.
Check 'Total Inches' to increment every inch, displaying the total inches instead of inches (1-12) in each foot. Select standard scales from the dropdown, or enter custom scale directly.
Strangely enough, because the paper scale rules are much thinner than conventional scale rules, it can be easier to take measurements from plans. Conventional scale rule edges are thicker than paper, so the calibrations sit above the plan surface. The paper scale rules sit flat, directly over measurements being scaled.
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To fine tune Slider Controls click to select and use ◄ ► (cursor) keyboard keys.
Open new window containing only diagram images in current page ↓ This will better fit printed page. Printing to Scale Help
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