Measure distance

Hi,

I need to find out the distance between 2 guides (objects,points).

How can I do that in Photoshop 6.0, 7.0

Thanks
cipibAsked:
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sunnycoderCommented:
Duplicate question,
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Graphics/Q_20813681.html

cipib, you can post in community support to get this question deleted and points refunded
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hemanthsharmaCommented:
> place 2 guide lines

> draw a rect. marquee from first line to the next...

> choose window > info..

> u will see the w: (width) & h: (height)..

tats all

i hope tats the ans u wnt.

ThanX
Hemanth Sharma.
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cipibAuthor Commented:
I do something similar.

Use the guides,the rectagle marquee, ctrl+shift+c to copy all the layers and ctrl+n to open a new window. there you have the height and the width of the selection.

I will try your solution too.

ThanX
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