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Graph paper idea

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Jeff Horton

Senior Member
Jan 15, 2002
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
Don't know how everyone else does their sketches but I like graph paper. The one with heavy line every 10 grids. Makes it really easy to do a sketch more or less to scale. I have found mistakes in my measurements because of this. (I could see the back wall and the front wall were not the same length) I also use the first page of the URAR as my inspection sheet.

I have been buying graph paper at the office supply. I tried printing my own but never could scan it in to look good. This morning I did some searching and found several sites that have PDF copies of Graph paper that print really good.

Ths site I found the paper on was http://mathpc04.plymouth.edu/gpaper.html

I just printed out a new batch of URAR's and I put the graph paper on the back of the sheet. No more lost sketchs!!

I know, some of you are smarter than me and all ready doing this. 8)
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