Is there a way to have both Units of Measure in Inchs and mm, show up as rulers at the same time in corel x6
You can do this simply by yourself:
Define a 'Master-Unit', let's say mm
Create a small macro which draws – depends what grid you need – maybe each millimeter in Y-Direction
Copy this block for the Y-Direction:
Dim CurValue As Double, CurDelta As Double
Dim CurLy As Layer
ActiveDocument.Unit = cdrMillimeter
Set CurLy = ActiveLayer
CurDelta = 1
CurValue = 0
CurLy.CreateLineSegment CurValue, 0, CurValue, ActivePage.SizeHeight
CurValue = CurValue + CurDelta
Loop Until CurValue > ActivePage.SizeWidth
CurLy.CreateLineSegment 0, CurValue, ActivePage.SizeWidth, CurValue
Loop Until CurValue > ActivePage.SizeHeight
Create a new layer
Rerun the macro with a step width – also what you think to need – of 1/8 inch (in this case you have to divide 25.4 mm by 8)
CurDelta = 25.4 / 8
Then you have two layers with different grids you can show or hide as you need
i think i explained you wrongthis is what i am looking fori want to see the page size and object size in inch and mm at the same time.
Do you know what 'Devloper Area' means? Are you a developer?
We here do not supply free coding services, as you probably imagine. This is a place for developers sharing pieces of code and ask for clarification when such a code does not work as expected or do not know how to deal with a specific coding problem, compatibilities between Corel versions etc.
I helped you in some cases and try giving pieces of advice, regarding the way to learn VBA. You promised to do it but I never could see a piece of code done by you. You did not show any interest in learning VBA, at least understanding the codes you received. Everything was taken from somebody else and try begging the help to adapt it according to your new needs.
In this specific case, your question was clear. But bonus630 already had such a code and he only shared it, which is extremely nice. His solution has been addressed to people able do understand it and able to reproduce it according to their specific case..
I think is time to learn VBA and not only asking for help...