Join Paul J. Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Printing, part of SketchUp for Architecture: LayOut.
- [Instructor] So the final thing we need … to cover is printing. … Well, I'm using an A3 setup, … if you've got something slightly different, … then follow along, … it's pretty much the same. … The other thing to point out is I haven't got … an actual printer setup to this, … so I'm going to use the Microsoft PDF printer … for this one, … but the process is pretty much the same. … And it's either a one or two step process. … So if I click on File, … I'm going to go to Page Setup first. … And because my default printer … is the Microsoft PDF printer, … then I get access to all these different sizes. … If you've got a different printer setup, … then you might not have access … to all these sizes. … But just make sure you choose the right size, A3, … and then say OK. … This is going to make life a little bit easier … for the next one. … And then we go File, and then down to Print. … Because I'm using this Microsoft Print to PDF … option, if I look at the preferences, … I don't get much. …
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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