I replied in this conversation sincerely offering FrameMaker itself as the
most useful dimensioning too, for the work that I do. I can import any
graphic that includes a scale, and apply wonderful drawings atop, as
layers. I can draw with 0.001" precision where I draw at full scale, and I
can work in huge layouts. Examples current in my life are placed at Google
Docs for your information.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byj-qncyomXmSEl5T01GZUNzNmc/view?usp=sharing

If the original poster has needs similar to mine, we should mention the
handy and wonderful FrameMaker tools. If we place value upon those
FrameMaker tools, we improve chances Adobe will work to allow ever better
work that is easiest and least confusing, within FrameMaker.



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> From: "David Creamer" <ideasli...@ideastraining.com>
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> Good suggestion, especially if one's budget is nil.
>
> Not to go too far off-topic on this off-topic thread, but Acrobat's
> accuracy
> is only to two decimal places. If you need greater accuracy, check out
> Bluebeam Revu for really nice measurement and labeling features in a
> PDF--really what Acrobat Pro should have.
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> David Creamer
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> simple Workaround:
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> If you work with PDF in Illustrator, you can use the Adobe Acrobat
> measurement tool, which seems to be quite accurate.
> (Of course adjustments require switching from Acrobat to Illustrator back
> and forth...)
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> Best regards - T.Haida
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