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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 08-21-2015, 07:54 PM
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Dropbox is a cloud-based file sharing method. Strictly legit.
I would put the file up there, then send you a link to it which you would access across the internet to download.

But.. looks like Stick's got you covered.

If you still need it let me know.

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OK, I've tried all the suggested sites along with those I looked up myself. All of them either don't work anymore or point to Sketchup 2015. Guess I'm out of luck unless Vince can find his file and we can find a way for me to copy it.
Chuck...not sure what you are getting when you click on the link I posted...it takes me to the Softonics site and downloads the same file and version that I have on my XP machine...I downloaded it in June this year...

Did you try downloading and installing it...?

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Did you try downloading and installing it...?
I tried but it wanted to install a bunch of stuff in which I have ZERO interest. I take a very dim view of apps that install malware, tracking software, etc.

Oh, and it did give me that error: "Windows 7 or later required..."
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I tried but it wanted to install a bunch of stuff in which I have ZERO interest. I take a very dim view of apps that install malware, tracking software, etc.

Oh, and it did give me that error: "Windows 7 or later required..."

Chuck...my sincerest apologies...I've learned (another) valuable lesson.

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checked...
the disk is in the system...
guessing Wednesday delivery...
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"checked...
the disk is in the system..."

Heh...good one!
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