Google SkecthUp: Make a truncated cone (the first way)

Manik Agra Google SketchUp Tutorial 1 Response

There are several ways can be used to create a truncated cone with Google SkecthUp. The first way is to use scale tool combined with the use of Ctrl (Control) key on the keyboard. Ctrl key is useful to center the top of the cone still in the middle. Selection the top surface. Use scale tool... and use it on one corner. For more clearly, please follow this interactive tutorial...


Acer Aspire laptop drivers Windows 7

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I use Acer 4520 laptop everyday. When Windows 7 was launched, I had difficulty getting Acer Aspire laptop drivers Windows 7. So also when using Windows XP. On the sales package only included DVD drivers for Windows Vista operating system. You can view more complete specifications about my Acer 4520 below. Processor : AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-60 – 2.0Ghz (2×512 MB L2 Cache , Dual CORE Processor ) RAM : 512 MB DDR2, but I...


Open Office Calc: Automatic fill background color

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Open Office is one of the software used for tasks such as data processing, text editor, presentation, and various office jobs. This software can be used free for personal use. therefore... use of this software rapidly growing . I create the following interactive tutorial on using conditional formatting to provide background color automatically according to the requirements set in the Open Office Calc. I hope the following interactive...


CAD software: the same interface, much different price

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I understand that the most widely used is AutoCAD from Autodesk. Other software  are also compatible with AutoCAD .dwg formats. CAD software that has the same interface that is like ProgeCAD and GStarCAD. The biggest difference is the price that was taken in addition to various features. Above is Autocad 2008 classic interface screenshot. More recent versions have been using Microsoft Office 2007-like Ribbons. I think Autocad performance...

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