To get WYSIWYG output you must use a real-world measurement system for your
graphics. Converting between scales when using pixels is possible but why
work that hard?
Points, which are 1/72nd of an inch, are a good system to use if you're
dealing with text but inches, millimeters and the device setting which is
1/300th of an inch are also popular.
Choosing and using one drawing standard that isn't pixels will definitely be
the best thing you can do.
Bob Powell [MVP]
Visual C#, System.Drawing
Ramuseco Limited .NET consulting
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