SketchUp Help & Tutorials — Trimble Sketchup

Trimble Sketchup Serial Numbers

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Sketchup serial numbers are specific to a version of the software, for instance, a Sketchup Pro 2019 licence will not work with Sketchup Pro 2020. Changing the first letter of your licence will not make it work in another version. Upgrades and downgrades are free of charge for valid licences so please e-mail us at sales@educandi.co.uk if you need to change versions. Not sure if you have the correct serial number for the copy of Sketchup that you have downloaded? Here's how to tell if you have the correct serial number... It is possible to determine the whether a licence is commercial or educational and also the version and platform type, from the serial number.  The first letter of a serial number depicts what version the licence is:   V= 2020U = 2019T =...

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Getting started with Sketchup Pro - Video Learning Series

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Learn the fundamentals of SketchUp by following along with this video series. Each video is a mini-project that will introduce new tools and essential techniques to the SketchUp work flow. This is Part 1, and will introduce you to the navigation tools so you can orbit, pan and zoom around your model, then create a simple house with a few drawing and modification tools. This is Part 2, and will accelerate your process by creating a more detailed house with some drawing tips and the Follow Me and Offset tools. This is Part 3, which focuses on an interior space....

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Sketchup 2020 Available Now!

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Sketchup Pro 2020 is here and comes with a number of workflow improvements however, there is no support for OS X 10.12 Sierra. Users can install Sierra but they will get a message that it is unsupported... Back to the new features... Updates to your SketchUp dictionary  We have a few updates to the naming conventions we use when talking about SketchUp. This won’t change your workflow...but we want to make sure you know we are saying a few things differently now.  Objects are now a collective term for: groups, components, and dynamic components. This just means we don’t have...

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