A type size used in the Anglo-Saxon world, corresponding to 12 points.

A unit of measurement used in the typesetting and printing industry. It is used to measure the length of a line of type. One pica equals approximately one-sixth of an inch. (See Point size).

One pica is 12 points or 1/12 of an inch. The length of a printed line of characters is measured in picas.

A unit of measure used in the graphic and print industry; 1 pica = 1/6 of an inch

A typographic measurement. There are 12 points to a pica and approximately 6 picas to an inch.

Unit of measure equalling 1/6 of an inch often used to express line measure or column width.

the typesetters unit of measurement which equals 12 points, approximately 1/6 of an inch.

A measurement used in type for column widths and other space specifications in a page layout. There are 12 points to a pica and approx 6 picas to an inch.

point The Anglo-American point. With 72.27 points per inch ( 2.85pt /mm ).

A basic unit of typographic measurement representing 4.23 mm (1/6 in.). A pica equals 12 points (see "point size"). The pica is used for linear measurements of type.

A unit of typographic measurement equalling 12 points, or 1/6 of an inch.

Measuring unit typically used in typesetting. One pica is approximately 1/6 of an inch.

A measurement unit used in type-setting, 1/6 inch.

A typographical measurement. One pica equals 12 points equal 0.166 of an inch.

(1) A printer's unit of measurement used primarily in typesetting. One pica equals approximately 1/6 inch. (2) Measurement equaling 12 points. to top

A unit of measure used with printing where 6 picas equals where inch.

Unit of measure equal to 1/16 of an inch or 12 points

A unit of measure equal to 12 points. Two different picas are in common use. (1) In traditional printers' measure, the pica is 4.22 mm or 0.166 inch: close to, but not exactly, one sixth of an inch. This is the customary British and American unit of measuring the length of the line and the depth of the typeblock. (2) The PostScript pica is precisely one sixth of an inch. (Note: the continental European counterpart to the pica is the cicero, which is 7% larger.)

a printer’s measurement, equal to approximately 1/6th of an inch.

A standard unit of line measurement (12 points or approximately 1/6 of an inch).

Printing industry unit of measurement 1 pica=1/6 inch or 12 points.

A printer's unit of measurement equal to 12 points, or about one-sixth of an inch, used especially in measuring the length of lines.

A printer's unit of measure; 12 picas equal one inch.

A unit of type measure; 1/6 of an inch. One pica equals 12 points. 72 points equals one inch.

A typographic unit of measurement: 12 points = 1 pica or 1/16" (0.166"), and 6 picas = 1" (or 0.996"). Also, used to designate typewriter type 10 characters per inch (as opposed to elite typewriter type, which has 12 characters per inch).

A unit of measuring for printing. There are six picas to the inch. See also â€œPoints

A printer's unit of type size. A pica is equal to 12 points or about 1/6 of an inch. Used for determining the measurement of lines, illustrations, or printed pages.

A standard unit of measure in newspapers. There are 6 picas in one inch, 12 points in one pica.

a linear unit (1/6 inch) used in printing

a measurement of length, equal to approximately one-sixth of an inch

a unit of measure traditionally used in document layout

Unit of measurement used in the print industry. 1 pica=1/6 inch or 12 points.

Pica is a unit of measure commonly used in graphic design. Six picas equals roughly one inch (precisely, six picas equals .9957 inches). Most graphic design programs round off picas so that six picas exactly equals one inch.

A unit of measurement for type and printed materials. Six picas equal 1 inch.

a typographic measurement system consisting of 12 points; there are 6 picas per inch.

A basic unit of measurement in typesetting, measuring 12 POINTs or approximately one-sixth of an inch (4 mm).

A unit of measurement, about one-sixth of an inch; composed of 12 points.

A basic unit of measurement in typography. One pica equals 12 point s, and 6 picas equal approximately 1 inch.

Measurement term indicating 1/6th of an inch. The industry standard for design measurements other than paper size.

A measurement used by printers and graphic designers that is equal to l/6 inch or 4.23 millimeters.

The basic measurement unit in the graphic arts field. A pica is about .166 of an inch, and is further broken down into points. There are 12 points per pica; 6 picas per inch; and 72 points per inch.

Printers unit of measurement used in measuring lines. One pica equals 1/6 of an inch.

A unit of measurement used in typography: approximately 4.2 mm.

A unit of measure used in publishing and printing equal to approximately of an inch. (See point)

A compositorâ€™s unit of measure approximating one-sixth of an inch or 12 points.

Also the larger of standard typewriter sizes. (10 characters per horizontal inch.

printing's unit of measurement which equals 12 points or approximately 1/6 of an inch (see point).

Unit of measure, approximately 1/6 of an inch, used in graphic arts. Twelve points make one pica.

In typography, a unit of measurement equal to 12 points or one-sixth inch.

A typesetting unit of measurement equaling 1/6th of an inch.

A unit of measure that is approximately 1/6th of an inch. A pica is equal to 12 points. The traditional British and American pica is 0.166 inches. In PostScript printers, a pica is exactly 1/6th of an inch.

Pica is a base unit of measurement in American typography, equal to 1/6th of an inch, used in composition and typesetting for describing sizes other than type characters, e.g., page width, gutters, margins, etc. See also Point.

A unit used for measuring typographic material (12 points = 1 pica; 6 picas = 2.54 cm).

Unit of measure in typesetting. One pica = 1/6 inch.

A pica is the basic measurement unit in typesetting. There are 6 picas in 1 inch.

show HIDE A unit of measure used by printers, one-sixth of an inch.

A unit of measurement equal to one-sixth of an inch. There are 12 points to a pica. A typographic measurement that has survived the digital revolution. 12 points = 1 pica; 6 picas = 1 inch; 72 points = 1 inch.

a printing industry unit of measurement. There are 12 points to a pica, one pica is approximately 0.166in.

A unit of Typographic measurement equal to 0.166 inches or 12 points.

Standard of measurement, 1/6 inch. 1 pica = 12 points 72 points = 1 inch

A unit of measurement used in printing and typesetting equal to 4.21mm and divided into 12 points. Used as a linear measurement.

A unit of typographic measure, equal to 12 points, or about 1/6 inch. Also, a typewriter (monospaced) typeface with a pitch of 10 characters to the inch and a vertical spacing of six lines per inch (hence the name).

A printing measurement-One sixth of an inch.

Unit of measure equaling 1/6th of an inch or 12 points.

Printer's unit of measurement used principally in typesetting. One pica equals approximately 1/6 of an inch.

A unit of type measurement used in type-setting. One pica is approximately 1/6 inch.

A unit of measurement, approximately 1/6 inch, used in commercial art.

a unit of measure used in typography. 6 picas equal 1 inch.

printer's measure of type = 12 points, used to measure columns and photos.

a measurement used in typography for column widths and other space specifications in a page layout. There are 12 points in a pica, and approximately 6 picas to an inch.

A unit of measure in the printing industry. A pica is approximately 0.166 in. There are 12 points to a pica.

A unit of measure used in the printing industry. A pica is approximately 1/6 of an inch. There are 12 points to a pica.

A unit of measurement. There are six picas in an inch; each pica contains 12 points.

A typographic unit of measure.

A unit of measurement equal to 1 em or 12 points.

A unit of measurement equal to twelve (12) points or one sixth (1/6) of an inch. Used by designers and other graphics professional for its precision.

a typographic measurement. There are approximately 6 picas in an inch and 12 points in a pica.

Unit of measure commonly used in typesetting and design. A pica is one-sixth of an inch.

Unit of print measurement; six picas equal one inch.

Unit of measurement used in typography and graphic design. Approximately 1/6 inch.

Standard of measurement of type; 12 points = 1/6 inch= 1 pica

One sixth (1/6) of an inch. Used to measure graphics/fonts.

A pica, , is a unit of measure in typography. It corresponds always to 1/92 of its respective foot and so to 1/12.5 inch. There are 12 points in the pica.