Q: How many points are an inch?

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A point, the standard for measuring type, is equal to .013836 of an inch. Therefore 1" equals 72 postscript points.

72 points = 1 inch 1 Line space Equals 24 points So there are 3 lines per inch

I believe it is 72 points. 95 percent sure.

This could vary from how much you set it up. A printer could go from 50dpi-800dpi. (dpi is dots per inch.) For type setters, 72 points equals one inch.

2 weight-watchers points for a one-inch cube of cheddar. See also:Losing weight

It depends on the brand or where you get it from. A 6 inch personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut (where the serving is 1 whole pizza) is 13 Weight Watchers Points and 15 on the Points Plus.

Font size is usually measured in points; 1 inch is approximately 72 points.

Points in a document refer to the size of the font. One point is approximately equal to 1/72 inch. So, 72 points would be about one inch tall text.

That varies, depending on the resolution and the size of the screen. In a typical case, you might have a resolution of 1024 x 768 (where 1024 is the width) pixels on a screen that is about 10 inches wide; so you get roughly 100 points per inch.

The points per inch is exactly that, the number of cutting points in each inch. In conventional saws the greater number of points indicates the saw's ability to cut harder,denser material. Some hacksaws have 28-32 point per inch, while a wood cutting ripsaw may have only 6-8 .

It depends on how your computer is set up. Typically for word processing, the font size is generally set at 72pt as 1 inch on the screen, or in non-word processing usage (such as image editing or elsewhere that works on a screen) the default resolution is 96dpi (dots per inch). For printers, check with the documentation for specific quality settings (some can have 600dpi for low resolution and some can go up to at least 2400dpi for high quality).