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Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Brent,

Welcome to the community!

I just googled this and came up with 2 sites that do the conversions. Can't speak to their accuracy, since I've not used them before, but they DID come up with the same answer

http://pixelyzer.com/

converts pixels to inches, inches to pixels, and a couple other things

http://auctionrepair.com/pixels.html

looks like it does the same thing

Maybe someone else will comment as well on what they use

Josh Uhlig

All I can think of is ensuring the course is created at the same resolution the users are viewing it in.  Otherwise, the actual size of objects will change on a user by user basis (according to each computer resolution).

Brent,

I wonder what the purpose of the exact dimensions is.  Can you not simplify things by adding detail that indicates the length/width of an object?  Or perhaps simulate any measuring of an object?  An image of a ruler could be made draggable rather than having a user hold an actual ruler up to their computer screen.