No, Photoshop does not have a measure tool. However, you can use the Ruler tool to measure distances and angles. To use the Ruler tool, select it from the Tools panel.
You can change the measurement units by pressing “Ctrl+R” on your keyboard to enable the ruler guide around your canvas. From there, right-click on the ruler guide, then select your preferred measurement units.
To measure a distance, click once and hold at one end of the line you want to measure, then drag to the other end and release. The info bar at the top will display the measurement.
To measure an angle, click once at the base of the line, then drag out to one end of the line and release. As you drag, an angle guide appears. When you’re satisfied with the angle, release your mouse button. The info bar displays the measurement in degrees.
No, there is no measure tool in Photoshop. If you need to measure something, you’ll need to use another program or find a workaround.
To remove the ruler from your design, just click on the “Clear” button at the top menu.
Photoshop’s Ruler tool is a quick and easy way to get accurate measurements for your images.
Although Photoshop does not have a measure tool, you can use other tools to get accurate measurements for your images. The Ruler tool is a quick and easy way to get accurate measurements for distances and angles.