Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Tutorial : Quick Document Creation in LayOut



Inserting a model into LayOut
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You could go straight to LayOut with your model, but it’s worth noting a few things to save you from frustration down the road:
  • If you have a lot of guides (from the Tape Measure tool) you’ll probably want to delete them so they don’t end up in your viewports. Go to Edit -> Delete Guides to delete all guides in your model. (If you’re editing a group/component while you do this, it will only delete the guides in that group/component.)
  • If you DO have section cuts in your model that you don’t want showing up in your viewports, you need to make sure you have a custom style created that hides section cuts or section planes.
  • If there are certain objects in your model that you don’t want displayed in any viewports, you must hide them. Either assign them to a hidden layer (Go to Window -> Entity Info -> Select the layer you want to assign it to. Then go to Window -> Layers, and uncheck that layer visibility.) Or, hide the objects by right clicking them and selecting Hide. (You can unhide them from the Outliner Window)
Once you’ve finalized your model, make sure you save it. Then, go to File -> Send to LayOut. (You need SketchUp Pro in order to get LayOut.)
 
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