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  1. @E|FA I know that in today's style and modern times, everything is available on the web. I appreciate the work of VW/Nemetschek in support. Thanks so much for the links, I'll take a look at it. ....nice work in and arround Seattle you are doing 😉
  2. of course, it was first step to do 😉 Very nice site that one. Looking for some physical book to read in todays online/virtual/electronic age. With practical architectural approach. I am an old school guy. Tried sketchup pro, no ok for me... (for my needs, who loves curves not lines). thx for reply
  3. I'm switching to Vectorworks2019 from another 3D CAD. I go through available tutorials on the web and books (other than official tutorials). Can anyone advise which one to look at? I'm talking about 3D design in general, furniture and architecture. Simplicity and quick understanding of texts preferred. Thx for any advice Peter
  4. surely, it sounds logical. And when I don't have VW2019 sw, only file, how do I export it to a lower version?
  5. After browsing the forum, I did not find the answer to the question of how to open a new file in VW2015. See here, par.2 does not work or me: Is there a converter or a way to do it? thanks for any response Peter

 

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