Make sure that you do not have “Shrink over sized pages to fit paper size” or “Expand small pages to paper size” and that the page scaling is set to none on the Print dialog box.
Tips to ensure an accurate measurement:
Avoid measuring cold fingers; as cold fingers are smaller than warm fingers.
Measure your finger in warm temperatures at the end of the day; this will be when your finger is at its largest.
If your knuckle is much larger than the base of your finger, make sure and measure both the base of your finger as well as your knuckle and select a size between the two to allow enough room to comfortably slip over your knuckle.
For a wider band (larger than 6mm), select one size larger than what your actual ring size is, wider bands take up more space on the finger.
Notes: Your primary hand’s ring size can be a half to a full size larger. The average size for a woman’s ring is approximately a 7. The average size for men is approximately a 10.
Ring Sizing Option A
Wrap a piece of string or a strip of paper around the base of your finger (no wider than 3/4” and non-stretchy material).
Mark the point where the two ends meet.
Measure the string or paper against a ruler.
Compare the length to the chart below.
Ring Size (US)
Ring Sizing Option B
Find a ring that properly fits the intended finger.
Place the ring over the circles below, matching the inside of the ring to the nearest in size.
If the ring falls between two sizes, order the half size between the two (i.e. size is between 6 and 7 order a size 6.5).