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*killen, stacy
Message 1 of 8 (89 Views)

Learning to use QuickCad

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10-11-1999 05:17 PM
I have had this program for a while and have gone through the process of
loading it, checking many times that everything was okay, the tutorials just
do not give me enough information! I am a tool and diemaker, and have
technical drawing experience, just not that great on the computer-yet!
Yours Thankfully, S J.Hodge.
*Smith, Harvey
Message 2 of 8 (89 Views)

Re: Learning to use QuickCad

10-11-1999 06:12 PM in reply to: *killen, stacy
Hiya, Stacey.

I'm typing up a little document to get you started. I will have it finished
tomorrow morning and I'll send it directly to you as an attachment to an email.
It will contain some initial information about getting started, and a few tips
that I've found useful. It won't be a manual by any means, just some words to
get you off the mark. For now, I would suggest that you order Paul Jackson's
book, "Hands On A House" which you can get from
http://www.resolv.com.au/building_industry/order_form.shtml and wait till you
get my post to you. I can't put it here in the newsgroup because it's just too
much.

Be a little patient and after you practice a bit you'll be asking hard questions
that I won't be able to answer anymore.

Harvey

stacy killen wrote:
>
> I have had this program for a while and have gone through the process of
> loading it, checking many times that everything was okay, the tutorials just
> do not give me enough information! I am a tool and diemaker, and have
> technical drawing experience, just not that great on the computer-yet!
> Yours Thankfully, S J.Hodge.

--
http://www.westnet.com/~harvey/
*Brown, Anne
Message 3 of 8 (89 Views)

Re:

10-12-1999 08:04 AM in reply to: *killen, stacy
A reminder that you can always post zipped files to the newsgroup
news://adesknews.autodesk.com/autodesk.autocad.customer-files. If
future users want your file it saves you emailing it and it will
be available to more people.
---
Anne Brown
Autodesk Sysop
Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion

Harvey Smith wrote:
>
(snip) I can't put it here in the newsgroup because it's just too
much.
*Young, Norm
Message 4 of 8 (89 Views)

Re:

10-25-1999 06:02 AM in reply to: *killen, stacy
Harvey,
I would be interested in a copy of your document.
Norm

Harvey Smith wrote:

> Hiya, Stacey.
>
> I'm typing up a little document to get you started. I will have it finished
> tomorrow morning and I'll send it directly to you as an attachment to an email.
> It will contain some initial information about getting started, and a few tips
> that I've found useful. It won't be a manual by any means, just some words to
> get you off the mark. For now, I would suggest that you order Paul Jackson's
> book, "Hands On A House" which you can get from
> http://www.resolv.com.au/building_industry/order_form.shtml and wait till you
> get my post to you. I can't put it here in the newsgroup because it's just too
> much.
>
> Be a little patient and after you practice a bit you'll be asking hard questions
> that I won't be able to answer anymore.
>
> Harvey
>
> stacy killen wrote:
> >
> > I have had this program for a while and have gone through the process of
> > loading it, checking many times that everything was okay, the tutorials just
> > do not give me enough information! I am a tool and diemaker, and have
> > technical drawing experience, just not that great on the computer-yet!
> > Yours Thankfully, S J.Hodge.
>
> --
> http://www.westnet.com/~harvey/
*Smith, Harvey
Message 5 of 8 (89 Views)

Re:

10-25-1999 08:01 AM in reply to: *killen, stacy
OK, Norm. Done.

Harvey

Norm Young wrote:
>
> Harvey,
> I would be interested in a copy of your document.
> Norm
>
> Harvey Smith wrote:
>
> > Hiya, Stacey.
> >
> > I'm typing up a little document to get you started. I will have it finished
> > tomorrow morning and I'll send it directly to you as an attachment to an email.
> > It will contain some initial information about getting started, and a few tips
> > that I've found useful. It won't be a manual by any means, just some words to
> > get you off the mark. For now, I would suggest that you order Paul Jackson's
> > book, "Hands On A House" which you can get from
> > http://www.resolv.com.au/building_industry/order_form.shtml and wait till you
> > get my post to you. I can't put it here in the newsgroup because it's just too
> > much.
> >
> > Be a little patient and after you practice a bit you'll be asking hard questions
> > that I won't be able to answer anymore.
> >
> > Harvey
> >
> > stacy killen wrote:
> > >
> > > I have had this program for a while and have gone through the process of
> > > loading it, checking many times that everything was okay, the tutorials just
> > > do not give me enough information! I am a tool and diemaker, and have
> > > technical drawing experience, just not that great on the computer-yet!
> > > Yours Thankfully, S J.Hodge.
> >
> > --
> > http://www.westnet.com/~harvey/

--
http://www.westnet.com/~harvey/
*Smith, Harvey
Message 6 of 8 (89 Views)

Re:

12-14-2003 06:42 AM in reply to: *killen, stacy
I felt under these circumstances it would be best to email directly. Read his
post again.

If others are interested, they can post a request here and THEN I will put the
document in the customer files area. Otherwise I think it will be of minimal
interest.

Harvey

Anne Brown wrote:
>
> A reminder that you can always post zipped files to the newsgroup
> news://adesknews.autodesk.com/autodesk.autocad.customer-files. If
> future users want your file it saves you emailing it and it will
> be available to more people.
> ---
> Anne Brown
> Autodesk Sysop
> Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion
>
> Harvey Smith wrote:
> >
> (snip) I can't put it here in the newsgroup because it's just too
> much.

--
http://www.westnet.com/~harvey/
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Nana
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Registered: ‎06-07-2004
Message 7 of 8 (89 Views)

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06-07-2004 03:40 PM in reply to: *killen, stacy
Hi, Although I'm coming to this party late, I would none the less be grateful for a copy of the Getting Started file you developed. I looked all over customer files and couldn't find it, so an email attachment would great. Thank you, Nana
*Harvey
Message 8 of 8 (89 Views)

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06-07-2004 07:04 PM in reply to: *killen, stacy
Nana, Email me, I'll respond with the file. Remember, it's for a beginner. This isn't a file that teaches you everything you need to know. Rather, it just "gets you started" like the title implies. You will need "Hands On A House," by Paul Jackson. Go to http://www.resolv.com.au/ and order it. H Nana wrote: > Hi, Although I'm coming to this party late, I would none the less be grateful for a copy of the Getting Started file you developed. I looked all over customer files and couldn't find it, so an email attachment would great. Thank you, Nana
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