Dimension documents have a set of standard settings to control basic things like canvas size, units, and grid setup. Document settings can be accessed either before the creation of a document or within a scene. These settings can be changed at any time. This article covers where to find these settings and how to change each of them.
The first section is about properties related to the canvas, including Canvas Size, Canvas Units, and Resolution. These three settings work together to control the size of the image Dimension produces.
The size of the canvas in pixels, inches, or centimeters, as measured in the unit selected in the canvas units setting.
The unit for measuring canvas size. Available units for canvas are:
The distribution of pixels per inch or centimeter for print and display workflows. Available options for resolution are:
Find more information about how to change canvas size and resolution settings here.
The unit for measuring and scaling objects. Available units for the scene are:
Controls whether the ground plane grid is viewable in the design mode working space or not. The grid is a helper object only and is not included in exports.
The document settings show up in the properties panel when you have no other items selected. To access document settings for an open document, you can: