Height (width) of XXX has excessive accuracy
Cause : Either the height or width Size property has too many decimals. For centimeters, this message is generated if the size has more than 3 decimal (eg. 21.5005 cm). For inches, this message is generated if the size has more than 4 digits (eg. 3.37555 inches).
Consequences : Since grid measurement are never that precise, it means that there is something wrong with your sizes. This may lead to opposite pages not backing up whent output to film.
•Switch units between Centimeters and Inches : Toggles the Size Units between metric and US units. The excessive accuracy is usually a problem of units. Note that you can set your preference for one type of unit or the other (see Book Format Preferences).
•Round-off to 3 decimals : Q++ will automatically round off the size to 3 decimals (only for centimeters).
•Round-off to the closest 1/32 inches : Q++ will automatically round off the nearest 1/32 of an inch (only for inches).
•Manually edit the value : give the current Script a new name.