How To Measure Area Of Polygon In Bluebeam

Construction projects require accurate measurement and this is where the need for using Bluebeam arises. Bluebeam is a powerful document and design collaboration software used in the construction industry. It allows users to create and edit PDF documents, collaborate with other users, and measure area of a document. It also supports the use of plugins and scripts to automate certain tasks, and this includes measuring area of a polygon. In this article, we will discuss how to measure the area of a polygon in Bluebeam.

What is a Polygon?

A polygon is a closed figure made of three or more line segments. The sides of the polygon may be straight or curved. Polygons are classified according to the number of sides they have. For example, a triangle is a three-sided polygon, a square is a four-sided polygon, and a pentagon is a five-sided polygon. Polygons can be regular or irregular. A regular polygon has all sides and angles equal, while an irregular polygon has unequal sides and angles.

How to Measure Area of Polygon in Bluebeam

Measuring area of a polygon in Bluebeam is an easy task. To measure area of a polygon, you must first draw the polygon on the page. Then select the polygon using the Select Tool. After selecting the polygon, right-click on it and select the Measure Area command from the context menu. The Area Measurement dialog box will appear, displaying the area of the polygon.

Tips for Measuring Area of Polygon in Bluebeam

There are a few tips that can help you measure area of a polygon in Bluebeam accurately. First, make sure that the polygon is drawn accurately. This means that all sides and angles of the polygon must be equal. Also, make sure that the polygon is closed. If the polygon is open, the area measurement will be incorrect. Finally, make sure that the page scale is correctly set before measuring area of the polygon.