How many cm is 'legal' printer paper?
How many cm (or pixels) is legal/standard/A4 printer paper? I need to know now because I need to make a belnd in PSP X1 for school, and it has to be a full page. It's due tomorrow.
Sorry, apparently I'm confused XD I was told they were all the same.
What I mean is the average piece of paper coming out of your computer. What size is it? I can do the conversions.
And I put pixels because I need this for a picture for psp, so I can put how many picels I want it to be.
Found my andrew. It's 8.5x11", I measured a sheet XD Thanks for answering though
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Maybe I don't understand your question, but "cm" (or inches) and "pixels" are different. The length of a legal sheet of paper is 8-1/2 x 14 inches (sorry, I'm old school and don't know metric), standard sheet of paper is 8-1/2 x 11, and A4 sheet of paper is 210 x 297 mm.
Definition: A pixel is a tiny dot of light on the monitor.
Explanation: "Pixel" stands for Picture Element. It is the smallest part of every image you see on the monitor. The color of a pixel is partly determined by how many bits (on/off units) are used to store the pixel.
Please go to http://www.tekmom.com/buzzwords/zdpixel.html.
- 1 decade ago
um...emma?i asked the blend question weel,im not gonna download it cause it may have a virus & iom not takin that chance...do u know any other ways i ca make a cutout/blend???
p.s.my name is Desiree
- dmbLv 51 decade ago
It is 14 inches, which would be 35.56cm.