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    Now for the fun part of trying to explain what I'm looking for. I guess simple is best.

    I do stuff in Photoshop and in AutoCAD. I do some font stuff in CAD and some in Photoshop. Is there a table that tells what the inch equivalent is for points in Photoshop? If this wounderous tool exists where might I find it?

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    With postscript fonts, there are 72 points per inch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chanwahyaoh
    With postscript fonts, there are 72 points per inch.
    UGH math... hehe

    So a 1/4" font size would be 18 points?
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    72 points an inch, 12 points to a pica, 6 pica to an inch.

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