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The ruler is inch, convert to cm

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Hi there,

Simple problem: Office 2007->Ruler: inches

I want to convert it to cms
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Question by:jazzIIIlove
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Try the following:
Click on Office button
  | click Word Options
  | click on advanced
  | go to Displayed section
  | change the measurement units to cm
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There is a combo (measurement units) in the advance page of word options dialog box. From there you  can change the measurement units.
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easy question...accurate answers...Who wants more...Thanks...First come first served...
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