Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating your own scrapbook page, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- [Instructor] Chapter six 02, … we're going to create our own scrapbook page this time. … We got a blank document here … and I will be adding the insertable content to this … and then we'll just be going up to File … and Save a Scrapbook. … It's really a simple process. … The other thing we're going to do is build a track … our scrapbook pages, … so I think it's probably a good idea … to just create a new file location for that. … No harm in going through this process one more time. … So Edit and Preferences on Windows … and it's Layout and Preferences on the Mac. … So click there and then under Scrapbooks, … I've already created a Desktop folder, … so feel free to create one where … you can access it easily … and then click on the plus sign and map to that folder. … I've called something nice and original … like Desktop Scrapbook Content, … so click that and then say OK. … And that's then going to appear down here. … So not buried deep within the system. … Just sitting on your Desktop. …
AuthorPaul J. Smith
- Customizing LayOut preferences
- Working with the drawing tools in LayOut
- Adding text and labels
- Creating linear and angular dimensions
- Creating templates
- Linking SketchUp with LayOut
- Building a scrapbook
- Exporting options
Skill Level Intermediate
SketchUp 2018 Essential Trainingwith George Maestri3h 58m Beginner
1. Introduction to SketchUp for Architecture
2. Setting Up LayOut
3. Drawing and Annotation
4. Creating and Saving Templates
5. Linking SketchUp to LayOut
6. The LayOut Scrapbooks
7. Finishing Off the Pages
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