Scaling Artwork, ContinuedUseTo use a proportional scale for reduction, use this table:Step1Measure the dimensions of the allotted space.2345ActionMeasure the dimensions of the original artwork.Rotating the scale, align the dimension representing width of theoriginal artwork across from the dimension representing theallotted width.Without moving the scale, read the dimension located directlyacross from the dimension for height on the original artwork. Thisis the proportional height of the allotted dimension.A small window toward the center of the scale will give you theratios of the percentage of the original size and the number of timesthe artwork is reduced.To use a proportional scale for enlargements, use this table:Step123ActionMeasure the dimensions of the allotted space.Measure the dimensions of the original artwork.Using the measurements on the scale inversely, rotate the scale toalign the dimension representing the width of the original artworkwith the dimension representing the width of the allotted space.45Without moving the scale, read the dimension located directlyacross from the dimension for height on the original artwork. Thisis the proportional height of the allotted dimension.The small window toward the center of the scale will give you thepercentage of enlargement of the original artwork but, will not giveyou the number of times enlarged.Continued on next page1-40