Free Printable Rulers


Posted on December 4th, 2006 by Merlin.
Categories: Craft, Gadgets, GTD, Hack, Journaling, Miquelrius, Moleskine, Toy, Web Service, Weird Stuff.

Paper RulerHow many times have you been out and don’t have a Ruler to measure something you saw at the store or to see if it will fit an application you are working on at home.

Well I have found an easy solution for you. What you need to do is to keep with you is a paper ruler in your wallet/organizer. And Mitchell Charity’s Site he has placed several different versions that you can print out on your printer (as long as you don’t allow the printer software to resize it) that you can cut out and keep with you in your organizer.

I printed out the Metric and Inch Ruler. Hey you really never know when you need an exact measurement (well a pretty darn close measurement). I put these up against my nice metal ruler that I keep on my desk and these are really close.

This is a nice cheap  inexpensive way to add a measurement device to your organizer.

Here is the Link to Print out the Free Printable Rulers: FREE Printable Rulers

You Need to click on the PDF version and Download it to your Computer and Use Adobe PDF Viewer to print these to your InkJet or Laser Printer. The PS Version is the PostScript Version that can be used to edit. But not easy to do. The Following Rulers are available on Vendian.or:

One Foot – Metric – centimeter – Multiple on one page – etc…
Remember to Print these click on the above link and use ADOBE PDF Viewer to print to your own inkjet or laser printer.

 

 

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TAGS: Analog paper ruler organizer hack gtd


17 comments.

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marie

Comment on December 7th, 2006.

Another tip is to use a dollar bill in you don’t have a paper ruler. It is 6 inches long and can help in a pinch.

Merlin

Comment on December 10th, 2006.

Marie – Thanks – I never thought of that – Thats a great idea.
Fold in half and its 3 inches and then Half again 1.5 inches.
You can do a good estimate but these are so simple to print out and place where you need them. I keep mine in my Levengers Int Pocket Briefcase

pooks

Comment on December 12th, 2006.

Is there a link?

Merlin

Comment on December 12th, 2006.

Pooks – Sorry about that – I added it in – I don’t know what happened to it – I could have swore that I put it into the post.

Thanks

Mary

Comment on December 16th, 2006.

Hey you guys aren’t the best! :(

Kayla22

Comment on January 21st, 2007.

I need help i can’t find a website where i can print out a ruler!!!!!

Merlin

Comment on January 21st, 2007.

Kayla22 – The above link will take you right to the place to print out the rulers.

duckncover

Comment on February 7th, 2007.

where can i find a 6″ ruler template?

megan age 9

Comment on October 13th, 2007.

how do u get the paper ruler

omg1212

Comment on October 20th, 2007.

omg i need help findind a freakin 6″ ruler!!!!!!!!

omg1212

Comment on October 20th, 2007.

where the heck my other comment go and im still waiting where to get a freakin ruler

omg1212

Comment on October 20th, 2007.

lalalalalalalala waiting

Elaine

Comment on February 13th, 2008.

I can open that link – but when I click on one of the rulers it comes up blank. Do I have to have a special program on my PC to be able to view and print them?

Merlin

Comment on February 15th, 2008.

Elaine you need to have adobe pdf reader to view them.

Steve

Comment on April 24th, 2008.

Ok. Where is the free ruler template?

Kelly7791

Comment on February 14th, 2009.

HOW DO YOU PRINT OUT A RULER???????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yvonne

Comment on February 19th, 2009.

I am still waiting for the ruler. You guys that make the rulers are really stupid!!!!!!!!!

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