Guest Posted June 1, 2000 Share Posted June 1, 2000 Both methods are important. The Learning CD's give you a visual process so that you may "see" what is going on. The learning exercises give you a hands-on process so that you will have more of a "feel" for the program. It is higly recommended that you use the VectorWorks Manual as well, since many items are covered there that are not covered in the other methods. You should, if you have the time, go through the manual while running the program to see what is being done and try it out for yourself. If you simply skip to sections when needed, you may not understand how to do something because it is assumed that you have gone through the manual to that point. Therefore certain items needed may have been created in two or three topics prior and you will not know how to create it. ------------------ Brian O Diehl Graphsoft, Inc. Technical Support [This message has been edited by Brian O (edited 06-01-2000).] Quote Link to comment
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