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Google SketchUp 7 For Dummies
Google SketchUp' 7 FOR DUMMIES Google SketchUp 7 FOR DUⅠMMIE by Aidan Chopra ( WILEY Wiley publishing Inc Google SketchUp 7 For Dummies Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc 111 River street Hoboken. NJ07030-5774 Copyright o 2009 by Wiley Publishing, Inc, Indianapolis, Indiana Published by Wiley Publishing, Inc. 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Some content that appears in print may not be available in electronic books Library of congress control Number: 2009921471 lSBN:978-0470277393 Manufactured in the United states of america 1098765432 WILEY About the author Aidan Chopra has always had a thing for computers-his parents thought fully sent him to Apple camp instead of hockey lessons like every other eight-year-old in Montreal -but he learned to draft and build physical models the old-fashioned way, working for his architect father. These days Aidan is a Product Evangelist at Google, where he's been since that company bought SketchUp in the first part of 2006. In the five years since he gradu ated with a master of Architecture degree from rice University, he's done a ot of writing and lecturing about the way software is used in design. Aidan writes the sketchupdate a monthly e-mail newsletter that reaches over a million SketchUp users worldwide. He has taught architecture at the uni versity level and at google and works on ways to mediate between power and usability he believes the best software in the world isnt worth a darn if nobody can figure out how it works. Aidan is based in Boulder, colorado even though he is what many would consider to be the diametric opposite of a world-class endurance athlete Dedication For my parents, Jenny and Shab, and my brother, Quincy, because I love them very much Acknowledgments For helping in all the ways that it is possible to help with a book -offering technical advice, lending a critical ear, providing moral support and encourage ment-I'd like to thank Sandra Winstead. It's rare to find everything you need in a single person, and i cant imagine having written this book without her. I'd like to thank Chris Dizon for agreeing to be the Technical Editor for this volume: I cant think of anyone who brings more enthusiasm and curiosity to everything he does. As a dyed-in-the-wool Sketch Upper who uses the soft ware even more than I do, i knew he'd do a bang-up job of keeping me honest and he did I thank Kyle looper, Becky huehls, John Edwards, and Tonya Cupp, my editors at Wiley, for making what I fully expected to be a painful process not so at all. It was a delight to work with a team of such intelligent, thoughtful, and well meaning professionals; I only hope I'm half as lucky on the next book I write Finally, I need to thank the very long list of individuals who provided critical help from clearing the way for me to be able to write this book to patiently explaining things more than once, I owe the following people(and almost certainly a few more)a whole lot: Tommy Acierno, Brad Askins, John bacus, Brian Brewington, Brian Brown, Todd Burch, Chris Campbell, Mark Carvalho Chris Cronin, Steve Dapkus, Jonathan Dormody, Bil Eberle, Joe Esch, Rich Feit, Jody gates, Toshen giolias, Scott Green, Barry Janzen, Tyson Kartchner Chris Keating, Patrick Lacz, Mark Limber, Scott Lininger, Allyson McDuffie, Millard McQuaid, Tyler Miller, Parker Mitchell, Simone Nicolo, Steve oles, Bruce Polderman, Alok Priyadarshi, Peter Saal, Brad Schell, Matt Simpson Mike Springer, Tricia Stahr, Bryce Stout, Daniel Tal, James Therrien, Mason Thrall, Nancy Trigg, Tushar Udeshi, John Ulmer, David Vicknair, Greg Wirt and Tom wyman Publishers Acknowledgments We're proud of this book; please send us your comments through our online registration form locatedathttp://dummies.custhelp.comForothercommentspleasecontactourCustomer Care Department within the U.s. at 877-762-2974, outside the U.s. at 317-572-3993, or fax 317-572-4002 Some of the people who helped bring this book to market include the following: Acquisitions, Editorial, and media Composition Services Development Project Coordinator: Katie Key Project Editor: Rebecca Huehls Layout and graphics: samantha k. allen Acquisitions Editor: Kyle looper Reuben w. davis. Melissa k. jester Copy Editor: Tonya Cupp Proofreader: Christine sabooni Technical Editor: Chris Dizon Indexer: Potomac Indcxing, LLC Editorial Managers: Leah Cameron Special Help Jodi Jensen Tonya Cupp Media Development Assistant Project Manager: Jenny swisher Media Development Assistant Producers Angela denny, Josh Frank, Shawn Patrick Kit malone Editorial assistant: Amanda foxworth Sr. editorial assistant: Cherie case Cartoons: Rich tennant ( Publishing and editorial for technology dummies Richard Swadley, Vice President and Executive group Publisher Andy cummings, vice President and publisher y Bednarek, Executive Acquisitions Director Mary c. corder, Editorial Director Publishing for Consumer Dummies Diane graves steele. Vice president and publisher Composition Services Gerry Fahey, vice President of Production Services Debbie Stailey, Director of Composition Services http://freepdf-books.cor Contents at a glance troduction Part 1: Getting Started with Sketchup Chapter 1: Meeting Google SketchUp Chapter 2: Establishing the Modeling Mind-Set 23 Chapter 3: Getting Off to a running start... Part 11: Modeling in Chapter 4: Building buildings 75 Chapter 5: Falling in Love with Components 115 Chapter 6: Going Beyond Buildings Chapter 7: Keeping Your Model Organized 209 Chapter 8: Modeling with Photographs......... 221 Part 1lI; Viewing your Model in Different Ways .cn. 247 Chapter 9: Working with Styles and shadows..... 249 Chapter 10: Presenting Your Model Inside SketchUp 285 Part Iv: Sharing What you' ve Made....……313 Chapter 11: Working with google earth and the 3d warehouse 315 Chapter 12: Printing Your Work......335 Chapter 13: Exporting Images and Animations ,,,,,, 349 Chapter 14: Creating Presentation Documents with LayOut 369 Part V: The Part of Tens.a 401 Chapter 15: Ten SketchUp Traps and Their Workarounds 403 Chapter 16: Ten PluginS, Extensions, and Resources Worth Getting ..........409 Chapter 17: Ten Ways to Discover Even More 415 naer 419

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