Google Sketch Up Tutorial: Installation and Getting Started
This tutorial by Brittany Beckett provides step-by-step instructions on how to install and start using Google Sketch Up for your system. Learn how to download the software from the official website and open it on your desktop.
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1. Google Sketch-Up Tutorial By: Brittany Beckett
2. Installation Open a web browser. Go to http:// sketchup.google.com
3. Downloading Then click on the Download link on the left side of the page. Click on Google Sketch Up 6 for your system.
4. Open Sketch Up Double click on the Google Sketch Up Icon on your desktop
5. Toolbars After opening Sketch Up click View
6. Toolbars Cont. Select Toolbars Check Large Tool Set
7. Toolbars On the left side of the screen the Large Tool Set should appear.
8. Tools Needed Rectangle Push/Pull Scale 3-D Text Orbit
9. Making a Cube Choose the Rectangle tool. Click and drag to make a square the desired size.
10. Turn the Square Select the Orbit tool. Turn the square so you can see the side.
11. Making the Cube Select the Push/Pull tool. Hover over your shape. Click the mouse button & drag up to the desired shape. Click the mouse button.
12. 3-D Cube Now you have a 3-D cube.
13. Adding Text Select the 3-D Text tool. Type in text. Hint : Use ENTER to add another line. Choose Font & Settings.
14. Adding Text Click Place button. Click on the side of the cube to attach text.
15. Making the Text fit Select the Scale tool. Click on the text. The boxes will turn red.
16. Making the Text fit Move the red boxes to the desired size. Make the text cover most of the side.
17. Adding Text to Each Side Use the Orbit tool to move to each side of the cube. Add desired text using the 3-D text option.
18. Completed Cube After filling each side the cube is complete.