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## How do you type measurements in SketchUp?

Type a length value, a comma, a width value, and then press Enter. For example, type 8′,20′ and press Enter. If you type only a number or numbers, SketchUp uses the current document units setting. You can also override the document units setting by specifying imperial (such as 1’6″) or metric (such as 3.652m) units.

## How do you enter dimensions?

For example, a dimension of a rectangular room on a blueprint, 14′ 11″ X 13′ 10″ equates to a room size of 14 feet, 11-inches wide by 13 feet, 10-inches long. Dimensions are expressed as width by length by height or depth in three-dimensional space.

## Where is the measurement box in SketchUp?

It is normally in the lower right corner of the screen. If it is not there, make sure you have SketchUp set to full screen. Go to View >Toolbars and uptick Measurements.

## How do I change SketchUp to metric?

In SketchUp Desktop: You can change units in SketchUp (desktop) by going to Window > Model Info > Units. This will automatically change all of the dimensions in the model to match.

## How do you do rectangle?

Steps

- Draw a straight, horizontal line using a ruler. …
- Make a shorter vertical line coming down from one end of the first line. …
- Draw a horizontal line coming off the bottom end of the vertical line. …
- Draw a vertical line between the ends of the two horizontal lines. …
- Color in your rectangle to make it pop.

## How do you enter feet and inches in SketchUp?

If inches are your default unit of measurement, just type 14 into the Measurements box and press Enter — SketchUp assumes that you mean 14 inches. If you want to draw something 14 feet long, type 14′, just to let SketchUp know that you mean feet instead of inches.

## How do you use feet and inches in SketchUp?

In order to change units in Sketchup, you’ll have to open the “model info” window. To do this, hover over “window” and select “model info” from the dropdown menu. Then, select “units” from the side menu. You will see format and precision options for both length and angle units.

## How do you change the units of measurement in layout?

To change the document units, follow these steps:

- From the Format drop-down list, select Fractional or Decimal. …
- Select a unit of measurement, such as inches, feet, or meters, from the second Format drop-down list.
- From the Precision drop-down list, select how precise you want the units to be.

## How do I manually enter dimensions in SketchUp?

How to Enter Dimensions in SketchUp

- Open SketchUp, then click the toolbar’s “Line” tool. …
- Drag a short distance. …
- Type “40′” to extend the line to 40 feet.
- Type “40”” to shrink the line to 40 inches. …
- Press “Enter” to finish the line.

## How do you write measurements for a box?

Note: All box dimensions are written as length x width x height. For example, 14″ x 11″ x 4″ means 14″ (L) x 11″ (W) x 4″ (H)”. Please let us know if your box dimensions are inner or outer box dimensions.