Julio Santander

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Thank you for your response to my question. Your suggestion is what I have been doing since I came across this issue. I solve the problem in SI Units and change change to FPS at the end.

Thank you.

Julio SAntander

Never mind my previous question. I just answered my own question. I was going to enter the unit myself (ctrl+u) and changed my mind. The problem was that the "blue unit" place holder was displayed. So, when I entered the unit from the unit palette it erased the numerical value. Sorry!

I just found out what the problem is.  I had set my documents globally to 150% (I am 79 years old and my eyesight is not what it once was). When I changed globally the setting back to 100% I was able to resize the imported image. 

@Samir Khan Thank you for the help.

Julio Santander

@Samir Khan  Will do.

I tried that and did not work in the file I was working on. Then, I open a new document and put the same values I had before, and I was able to use the context panel. I wentn back to the original file, and I could not change the units. There must be a glitch in that file. Like I said, when I started a completely new document I was able to use the context panel to change the units.????


Thank you for the help. It worked.

I forgot to mention when I posted the question that I was working in the "Document" format. I have not tried the "Maple" or "Woksheet" format. I will do so tomorrow and see what happens. Thank you to Carl Love 7800 for posting an answer to my question.

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