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#72725 by jimgoodman
Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:03 am
About as easy as it gets. There is a huge and very friendly community of users and resources to help get you up to speed.
#72732 by Ted B
Fri Nov 17, 2017 5:16 am
No-one using Datacad should be without Sketch-up's professional-version...and Layout. You just have to remember to use the power of "groups" and components; and not think in "layers" as in Datacad.

I use SU-Layout for conceptuals as-well-as construction documentation and presentations; combining elements from Datacad, Sketch-up and annotations in Layout itself. You can also drop-in graphics from Paint or PS Elements.
#72739 by Mark Bell
Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:29 pm
DataCAD's Visual Reality Suite which I think came bundled with DataCAD 8, complete with manuals and tutorials. It still works on 64-bit pc's and supports animation too. Very simple and easy to use....if you can find a copy.
#72740 by joshhuggins
Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:41 pm
Mark Bell wrote:DataCAD's Visual Reality Suite which I think came bundled with DataCAD 8, complete with manuals and tutorials. It still works on 64-bit pc's and supports animation too. Very simple and easy to use....if you can find a copy.
Oh that's just mean :lol:
#72742 by Ted B
Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:53 am
It's right under the Windows-95 Manual. ...Although I know people who are still running networked Windows-XP PCs in their professional practice.

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