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    Project Manager - Architecture
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    architecture, product design, furniture design, graphic arts,. . .
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    Stockton, California
  1. I purchased VectorWorks Architect 10 w/ RenderWorks earlier this year and upgraded to Version11 a few months ago. Unfortunately, I don?t have the need for it as I thought I would and now would like to sell my license. Purchase will include: -VectorWorks Architect 10 w/ RenderWorks for Mac. (w/ version 11 upgrade) -All appropriate VectorWorks, Architect, and RenderWorks manuals for both VW10 and VW11 -VectorWorks 10 Training CD?s: VectorWorks I, VectorWorks II, Architect, and RenderWorks ($300 value) Program works and functions great. Asking $1500
  2. I purchased VectorWorks Architect 10 w/ RenderWorks earlier this year and upgraded to Version11 a few months ago. Unfortunately, I don?t have the need for it as I thought I would and now would like to sell my license. Purchase will include: -VectorWorks Architect 10 w/ RenderWorks for Mac. (w/ version 11 upgrade) -All appropriate VectorWorks, Architect, and RenderWorks manuals for both VW10 and VW11 -VectorWorks 10 Training CD?s: VectorWorks I, VectorWorks II, Architect, and RenderWorks ($300 value) Program works and functions great. Asking $1500
  3. Easy question: When using the 2D selection tool, is there a way to change the display of the selected object to a dashed line instead of the eight selection handles? When zoomed into a drawing with several lines near by it's hard to know which line was selected without zooming out or going from memory. Perhaps this is just a simple command or maybe someone knows of a plug-in. Please help. I thank you in advance, prosado
  4. bc Thank you very much! It's always just a simple key stroke or click away to figure something out... I really appreciate the advice. Sometimes it's hard being the new guy...
  5. I'm a newbie at VectorWorks and trying to learn some of the tricks. I was working on a project and drawing lines using the 2D polygon tool to layout a house. I was about 3/4 of the way through when I accidental drew a wrong line. How can I just undo that last wrong line and continue drawing while still in the 2D polygon or wall tool command? If I press command Z it clears the entire line. I know this can be done in AutoCad and figured the same thing can be done in VectorWorks. Please help. I thank you in advance
  6. I'm new at VectorWorks and trying to learn the program on a new project I'm working on. I'm trying to draw walls because it seems much more efficient than drawing lines. However, when I draw my 4" wall there is a line down the center of it. Is this suppose to be there? Will that line print? Can I get rid of it? Under the Wall Preferences I set the separation to 4". The Control Off is 0". Caps is set to both. Type is set to flat. Cavity line offset is set to 0". Cavity Line is set to 0. And I am not using a Filled Cavity. In the Cavity Setup preview it also shows the wall with a line thru the center of it. I've looked through the manual and have found nothing regarding this "line in the center". Please Help! I thank you in advance...
  7. P.S. Don't forget the training everyone will have to go through to become acclimated to the new program!... more production time lost.
  8. Reasons to stick with VectorWorks: 1) Price: VectorWorks is half the price of AutoCAD 2) VectorWorks can produce Spreadsheets, cutsheets, material estimates, material lists, integrated 3D rendering (w/ RenderWords), scriptable, and superior Import/Export options 3) AutoCAD is NOT Mac compatible! 4) If your company did decide to switch to Autocad they can expect to pay for each new Windows based machine in addition to each AutoCAD program or site license in the office. (that pretty much kills your bottom line as a company... profit) 5) In addition to the new computers, your company may as well hire a new IT division to handle all the problems that are associated with Windows based machines. Apple computers are more stable... particularly the new G4 and G5's. 6) AutoCAD isn't terribly stable. I hope that helps a little.

 

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