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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 Elena Schott 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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