Microsoft Word Change Units Of Measurement
If you like to change the measurement and all display units from inches to cm in Microsoft Word 2016/2013 or earlier versions, you are at the right place. By default display measurement unit of MS Office products聽including Word 2019/2016/2013 and Office 365 is set to show in Inches. In case you want to change inches to cm(Centimeter) in Word 2010/2013/2016/2019 to show all measurements in cm, this small guide would be helpful.
For example, if I have measurements for a label in cm, and I need to create that exact size label聽in MS Word which is set to show in Inches, definitely I will have a tough time. 聽I need to convert them to inches outside聽the Word and do the proper settings. Width, height, margins and even paper size will be shown in Inches in MS Word by default. To make the creation easy, it’s better to change the display option to cm. If you are familiar with cm at your geographical location, it is better to change the default settings as described below.
Click the arrow next to Ruler units, and select a unit of measure from the list. You can select Inches, Centimeters, Points, or Picas. The Word Options dialog box displays. Click “Advanced” in the menu list on the left side of the dialog box. Scroll down to the Display section. Select an option from the “Show measurements in units of” drop-down list. The units of measurement on the ruler changes to your selection.
Here is the example of how MS word shows the paper size in inches by default.
Convert Inches to cm in Word 2013/2016 and Office 365
Basically, all MS Office versions are having the same settings to change the measurement units from inches to the centimeter. You can find that under the Options of your MS Office version as shown below.
1) Click on File and go to Options.
2) Click on Advanced and go to Display options as shown below.
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Change the measurements Unit size from Inches to Centimeters (cm). More options also available here. Press OK at end of the box.
3) After the above change, all measurements units will be shown in cm in your MS Word product including Office 365 installable. Anytime you can go to same settings and change back to Inches or other units.
Here is how the same paper size measurement changed to cm in MS Word 2016.
Hope this simple guide would be useful to change the measurement size from inches to cm or other scales in MS Office 2010,2013, 2016 and Office 365 versions.
Thissection covers usage and abbreviations for a variety of terms relatedto measurement. For other units of measure not covered here, see The Chicago Manual of Style.
Usenumerals for measurements of distance, temperature, volume, size,weight, pixels, points, and so on—even if the number is less than10. Add a zero before the decimal point for decimal fractions less than one, unless the customer is asked to enter the value.
3 ft, 5 in.
80 × 80 pixels
Insert a space between the unit of measure and the numeral, or hyphenate if the measurement modifies a noun.Examples
Useabbreviations only with numbers in specific measurements, suchas 20 MP, and don't follow the abbreviation with a period.
Exception Follow in with a period when used as an abbreviation for inch.
Use commas in numbers that have four or more digits, regardless of how the numbers appear in the UI: 1,093 MB.
For pixel measurements and baud, use commas only when the number has five or more digits: 1920 × 1080 pixels,10,240 × 4320 pixels, 9600 baud, 14,400 baud.
Don’t use commas after the decimal point in decimal fractions.
Whenthe unit of measure is spelled out, use the singular form when thenumber is 1. Use the plural form for all other measurements.
Spell out by in dimensions, except for tile sizes, screen resolutions, and paper sizes. For those, use the multiplication sign (×). Use a space before and after the multiplication sign.
10 by 12 ft room
3' by 5' image
4 × 4 tile
8.5' × 11' paper
1280 × 1024
See alsoBits and bytes term collection, Numbers
|Category||Term||Abbreviation and usage|
|Distance and length||centimeters||cm|
|inches||in. (or ' if space is limited). Always include a period to avoid confusion with the preposition in.|
Hyphenate half-inch as an adjective. Use instead of half an inch or one-half inch.
When space is limited or the measurement needs to be specific, use 0.5 in.
Use the abbreviated form sparingly in content that will be translated or localized. It may be translated incorrectly as a preposition.
|Type and fonts||points||pt|
|UI, display resolution, and digital imaging||pixels||Don’t use the abbreviation px in the context of screen or camera resolution.|
It’s OK to abbreviate as px in content about online design when space is limited.
48 × 48 px
The application icon should be 62 × 62 pixels and PNG format.
|pixels per inch||It’s OK to use the acronym PPI in content about creating digital applications, when space is limited, and when you’re certain that readers will understand it. |
72 pixels per inch
At 72 PPI, ….
|Print and display resolution||dots per inch||It’s OK to use the acronym dpi to refer to print and display resolution when you’re certain that readers will understand it.|
|Speed and frequency||baud||Don't abbreviate. Don't use baud rate—it's redundant. When designating baud, use commas when the number has five (not four) or more digits.|
|gigahertz||GHz. Spell out on the first mention. After that, it’s OK to use the abbreviation as a measurement with numerals.|
|Hertz||Hz. Spell out on the first mention. After that, it’s OK to use the abbreviation as a measurement with numerals. Capitalize the word and the abbreviation.|
|kilohertz||KHz. Spell out on the first mention. After that, it’s OK to use the abbreviation as a measurement with numerals.|
|megahertz||MHz. Spell out on the first mention. After that, it’s OK to use the abbreviation as a measurement with numerals.|
|Other||degrees||° (for temperature)|
deg (for angle)
|dialog units||Don’t abbreviate.|
Converting from MFC dialog units (used in resource files to specify height/width) to pixels ….