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I wrote an eBook called "Doing SketchUp" and published it on Amazon Kindle. I intended it as an effort to break my grandkids away from texting and video games. Also for myself as a memory aid in using SketchUp. It costs $1.99, which basically pays Amazon a download fee. You can look at it by doing an Amazon search in the Kindle Store for "Doing SketchUp". I would greatly appreciate an evaluation by woodworkers to see if it achieves its intended purpose of making a proficient SketchUp user out of someone who had never heard of SketchUp. No critcism is too severe! I'll refund the $1.99 if you send an email to me at the address given in the eBook. Thanks!
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I MAY check into. But to be honest I down loaded that program about 2 weeks ago and just about pulled my hair out and have not opened it since. Its free so I will cut it some slack but right off the bat i figured any program that by default gives a circle 24 sides has issues. Been a few years but I found autocad to very straight forward, but its not free now is it..
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I MAY check into. But to be honest I down loaded that program about 2 weeks ago and just about pulled my hair out and have not opened it since. Its free so I will cut it some slack but right off the bat i figured any program that by default gives a circle 24 sides has issues. Been a few years but I found autocad to very straight forward, but its not free now is it..
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It costs $1.99, which basically pays Amazon a download fee. No critcism is too severe! I'll refund the $1.99 if you send an email to me at the address given in the eBook. Thanks!
Provide a link with a free PDF file and I might consider reviewing it. If you want our time and our money to help you with a product you're crazy How about you send everyone who reviews your product a $5 Amazon gift card instead!

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