Let's say the area in question is a regular rectangle. Use the Measuring Tool (ctrl-E) to measure the long side, then the short side, then multiply the two measurements: that will produce the area. Or, if the area is a true circle measure the radius as above, square it and multiply by that by pi (22/7). You can use the circle drawing tool which displays the radius automatically as you create the circle.

Of course, it is a bit more complicated if the shape of the area is not one of the above.

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