10 Things I Wish I Had Known About SketchUp

Back in 2012, I wrote a series of posts titled “10 Things I Wish I Had Known About SketchUp” The series grew out of a presentation I gave at a woodworking conference. It turned out to be a popular series, but time has pushed those 10 posts deeper and deeper into my website. So this post allows them to bubble back to the surface. You can find all 10 (in reverse order) by clicking here.

NavThe following list links to each individual post:

  1. I Can Get Rid of That Guy in the Corner (and control several other things as well)
  2. Those Colored Lines and Dots Mean Something
  3. Navigate With the Mouse
  4. Click and Let Go, ClickClick, and ClickClickClick
  5. Just Type The Number
  6. Components Are Crucial
  7. Don’t Draw if You Can Copy & Copy is Part of the Move Command
  8. The Power of Reusing Details
  9. Paste in Place is My Best Friend
  10. Components Can Be Redefined

 

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You can find information about my interactive PDF format SketchUp books by clicking here.

 

 


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