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DreamPlan supports the use of Imperial and Metric units. Imperial units are typically used in The United States, The United Kingdom, parts of Canada and a few other places. Metric units are used throughout most of the world. DreamPlan will attempt to determine which units make the most sense based on the computer settings. However, unit types can be changed at any time through the Options dialog. For further information, check this on the help users manual here: http://help.nchsoftware.com/help/en/dreamplan/win/help.pdf

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Thanks for the response but the answer doesn't address the question. My question was "Does the program calculate area?" For example, if I draw a 20' x 30' room, will the program tell me that room contains 600 square feet?

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On 1/19/2018 at 6:55 PM, Telephony said:

Hi ChuckB,

The only way to do this, is by changing the view to 2D from the right menu bar, this allows to measure the area.

Regards, 

 

 

 

How to visible the measureament of the object, if i want to print out.

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