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I was not able to download Windows XP service pack 2 until a few days ago. I can't remember what program makes drawing like this? With Service Pack 2, I think I can download something like this.

Bob, can you help me out here?

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Google Sketch Up.

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Hi Mike,

Are you sure about that? I use Sketchup lots but I also use Paint.net which BJ told us about some time ago....

To me, this looks more like Paint.net

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There are many programs out that do the same thing. But I agree with Ed, it looks more like Paint.net.

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Hi SB

Both are FREE

Paint.NET 3.22 Final
http://www.majorgeeks.com/Paint.NET_d4548.html

Paint.NET Beta 2 3.22.2925
http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=5576


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I was not able to download Windows XP service pack 2 until a few days ago. I can't remember what program makes drawing like this? With Service Pack 2, I think I can download something like this.

Bob, can you help me out here?

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Hi Mike

Just one user review

Take care with Google Sketch Up
I put it on my machine Now I can't get it off without a reinstall of XP,) I tried using the restore wizard and ERUNT and it's still in place, nasty program...

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My favorite 'free' drawing program is the DRAW element of MS Word.
It is object-oriented rather ---
That is you can resize, recolor. move, rotate (etc) various elements independently.
To get it into a JPG for posting-- I just do a screend dump the paste it into PAINTBRUSH (free with Windows) -- Crop it there and then save it as JPG.

The one who says it can't be done --
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the person doing it.
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Ok, time for an explanation. No, that photo is not done with Sketch Up. Most any graphics program will allow you to create images. I use Print Artist 4.5 and Print Artist 12.0 depending on the type of graphics needed. Those of us who use Skype to voice chat have used the Whiteboard feature to express ideas and it works decent if you can draw with a mouse. Needless to say, none of these are as quick and easy as a pencil and paper but that requires a scanner and time fiddling with the image. Based on the many reviews online I suggested Google Sketch Up. It is free and gives very good images with a small learning curve. This happens every time I make a short simple answer.

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