What is Size Shower?
Size Shower is a macro that displays the width and height of selected objects.
The units used for a displayed size can be controlled by the user. It can automatically follow the units currently in use for the horizontal rulers, or it can be set to use specific units.
The user can set the number of decimal places used when displaying a size, and can also set whether trailing zeros are shown.
The macro can also be used to copy a displayed size to the Clipboard.
See Size Shower in use:
Using the macro.
The macro is a userform with two texboxes. When one or more shapes are selected, the textbox displays the width and the height of that selection.
Right-clicking on a textbox brings up a menu. A submenu allows one to specify the number of decimal places used when displaying the value.
Another submenu allows one to specify the units used when displaying the value.
The number of decimal places can be set (and is remembered by the macro) independently for each unit.
The right-click menu also provides a way to set whether trailing zeros are shown.
The right-click menu also provides the ability to copy the displayed value to the Clipboard.
Subs in the Macro Manager.
Size Shower was put together in a CorelDRAW X7 environment, and should work in versions X7-2021.
OK, where's the macro?
Size_Shower_Current.zip (most recently updated 2021-07-28).
That includes the .GMS file.
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