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Comment by Hazen Kent on March 4, 2011 at 7:44am

BTW Tim, my apologies, I didn't pay attention and realize this was your vid! Thanks for that as well!



Comment by Hazen Kent on March 4, 2011 at 7:43am

Thanks Tim! I'll give it a shot!



Comment by Tim E Daniels on March 3, 2011 at 9:40pm

You can't export to PDF from the free version (not sure about even the pro version).  But what you can do is to export the images of what you want in your PDF.


File / Export / 2D Graphic

You can save as .bmp .jpg .tif .png

You can incorporate these into your favorite PDF software.

If you don't have PDF software, see Open Office 1.1 introduces the one-click PDF export feature that enables you to easily create PDF files without the need for any additional third party software. This feature makes exchanging documents in a standard "read-only" file format a trivial task. The creation of PDF files normally requires relatively expensive third party add-on tools. With this feature comes for free.



Comment by Hazen Kent on March 3, 2011 at 8:52pm

James, question re. Sketchup. I have actually completed my first design - shelf/cabinet for either side of our large kitchen window.  Pretty detailed actually. Created my own 22" drawer slides, cabinet knobs, crown pieces, etc. Anyway, I wanted to convert it to .pdf. I noticed on your vid above, you have done this. Is this available on the free version? Thanks - Hazen

Comment by hamegsys on May 25, 2010 at 1:42am
Where can I get the sketchup software, to make my own designs? I know one called e-cabinets, which is veri good CNC software, but I look this one in the video, very versatile... Any idea?

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