You can measure an area within a proof.
You must have the following access to perform the steps in this article:
|Adobe Workfront plan*||
Current plan: Pro or Higher
Legacy plan: Select or Premium
For more information about proofing access with the different plans, see .
|Adobe Workfront license*||
Current plan: Work or Plan
Legacy plan: Any (You must have proofing enabled for the user)
|Proof Permission Profile||Manager or higher|
|Access level configurations*||
Edit access to Documents
For information on requesting additional access, see Request access to objects .
*To find out what plan, role, or Proof Permission Profile you have, contact your Workfront or Workfront Proof administrator.
Go to the project, task, or issue that contains the document, then select Documents.
Find the proof you need, then click Open proof.
Click the Measure an area icon at the top of the proofing viewer.
(Optional) Click Measurement markup color to expand the color options, then click a color and Opacity that is easy to see on your proof.
The default measurement tool color is red.
The proofing viewer remembers your color and opacity selections on all proofs you open until you clear your browser cache.
(Optional) Select a different Unit of Measurement.
The Unit of Measurement options are available only for proofs created from a PDF.
Drag the measurement window to the area of the proof you need to measure.
Drag the corners or edges of the measurement window to resize it.
(Optional) If you need the measurement area to be an exact size, type Selection size values.
(Optional) If you need to measure a certain percentage within an area, check the calculate percentage box. A new box appears allowing you to adjust it