A concise, readable reference to Inkscape guide operations. I also note you can set the guide coordinates exactly in the Guidelines dialog, accessed by double-clicking the guide (see item #5).
Guides (or Ruler Guides) are lines that can be placed on the document, useful for lining up and snapping elements. Guides can be a little non-discoverable in inkscape, so this article gives you a few quick tips to get the most out of guides in inkscape.
1. Quickly creating a guide
A guide can be quickly created by clicking on either the vertical or horizontal ruler, and dragging onto the canvas. If you drag from close to where the corners meet, an angled guide will be created:
2. Converting a path to Guides
Any object or path can be converted to guides Using Objects > Objects to guides (or keyboard shortcut Shift + G)
3. Deleting a guide
To Delete a guide, hover the mouse cursor over the guide, and press the Delete key on the keyboard.
4. Rotating a guide
To rotate a guide, hover over it with…
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