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    Jeff T commented  · 

    To whom it may concern

    When I do measuring on PDF and you want to convert and save those measurements into excel spreadsheet. You can do this by right click mouse (while you still in measuring mode) it will pop up a box with a few lists, there you pick on 'Export measurement markup to excel..' this will allow you to save file as .csv file whereever you want. Once you done that you can use that save file (in .csv) to do whatever you want. But the problem I have found was those numbers aren't correct numbers for e.g. measuring widths using drawing scale (1:50) then convert to .csv the result was:

    Measurements on drawing (figure show in .csv file)

    width 0.6004m (12.01m)
    length 1.7934m (35.87m)

    Happy to discuss further if you require either through email or phone. Cheers


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