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FYI, 1 inch is exactly 2.54 cm. The inch was redefined in 1959 as derived from the metric system.

Just being pedantic :]

On 17/03/12 6:37 AM, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:

Le 16/03/2012 20:04, Sebastiaan Snoeckx a écrit :

I set Writer to use points (instead of cm or inch) as measurements;
however, I cannot enter any number greater than 113.4pt in any field,
having to switch to cm whenever I need to use something greater.

just a notice : 113,4 pt = 2 cm. (There are 72 pts in an inch and an inch is ca. 2,54 cm).


 Mark Simon

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