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Sketchup Make comes with a trial period for sketchup pro.   Any way to postpone that until I am skilled in make and would actually care about the difference instead of just being overwhelmed?

Question asked by emschott@sbcglobal.net on Oct 29, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 8, 2017 by Fern Udomrasami

I'm new, scouting for a cad program I can use for personal projects, mostly associated with gaming in one sense or another.   SketchUp seems like something I can grow into, and if I ever get seriously involved in CAD I might go pro.  But for now I'm just drawing maps and plans for minecraft and the occasional house layout.  Can I postpone the described trial of SketchUp Pro for a year or two until I'm serious enough about this to consider spending hundreds on something I'd use a few hours a month tops?   At that point I'd have a clue about what's improved over the SketchUp Make product instead of it all being glazed eyes TMI to get started with.

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