## How many axes and colors are there in the Google SketchUp?

In SketchUp, the basic window is coloured green and light blue in a way to represent the ground floor and sky. There are **three axes by default**: the red, blue and green axes. They are mutually perpendicular and their extensions are marked with dotted lines (negative direction).

## How do I make dynamic components in SketchUp?

Attributes make components dynamic by telling SketchUp what to do.

…**Adding attributes**

- Select the component you want to make dynamic.
- On the Dynamic Components toolbar, click the Component Attributes tool ( ) or select Window > Component Attributes. …
- Click the Add Attribute plus sign icon to see a list of options.

## Which tool is used to draw a rectangle?

**1Rectangle tool**– Rectangle tool is used to draw rectangular or square shapes. Q. 2 Ellipse tool – It is used to draw oval or circle.

## What shape is a rectangle?

A rectangle is **a 2D shape with four straight sides and four right angles**. Opposite sides of a rectangle are the same length and one pair of opposite sides are often longer than the other pair. If all of the sides of a rectangle are the same length, it is a special type of rectangle called a square.

## How do you write dimensions?

**Here are some popular examples:**

- Boxes: Length x Width x Height (See below)
- Bags: Width x Length (The width is always the dimension of the bag opening.)
- Labels: Length x Width.

## How do I see dimensions in Sketchup?

Click the **Tape Measure icon** ( ). At the prompt, move your cursor over the beginning point for your measurement and click. Move your cursor over the second point of your measurement and click. A measurement appears on your model, as shown in yellow in the following figure.

## How do you read dimensions?

For example, a dimension of a rectangular room on a blueprint, 14′ 11″ X 13′ 10″ equates to a room size of 14 feet, 11-inches wide by 13 feet, 10-inches long. Dimensions are expressed as width by length by height or depth in three-dimensional space.

## Where is origin in SketchUp?

**SketchUp (0,0) origin**

- Import the data with “preserve drawing origin” option checked.
- go to a specific vertex in the imported data set (corner or end of a line)… …
- Select all the imported geometry.
- Using the move tool, click on the “coordination point” and move your mouse to start the move action.