TERM 2 FINAL PROJECT NOUF ALAMMARI, Ghadah alathba , Maryam alkubaisi


A Chromebook is cheaper than regular laptops. It is from Google and there are many different choices. Chromebooks doesn't use Windows. it uses Chrome OS, that is like Google Chrome. You can use a Chromebook to do almost anything you want to do online. for most people chrome book is a cheaper way to do every thing they usually do on a laptop. But, Chromebook isn't perfect for everyone, though. Chromebooks don't have so much hard-drive space because Google expects you to have consistent Internet access so you would store most of your documents, photos, and other files in the cloud. because Chromebooks use Chrome OS, you can't install traditional Windows software like Microsoft Office or Adobe Photoshop. Some games or programs will also not work.


Connecting the World
The Internet is an important part of everyday life for many people around the world. The Internet is a worldwide network of billions of computers and other electronic devices. Using the Internet makes it possible to access almost any information, or communicate and talk with anyone else in the world, anywhere, at anytime. You can do this when you go 'online', connecting to the internet.
The World Wide Web ; www.internet.com

The World Wide Web is all the different websites on the internet. A website is made up of text, pictures, videos and other resources. Web pages can look like newspaper articles or TV programs—or be interactive like different apps. The purpose of the webpage can be anything and depends on the person or company that set it up.

Google Sketchup Using the rectangle,push up/ down, navigation tools.
  1. Using the rectangle, push up/down, navigation tools.
  2. Press the trackpad on the shape you want to push or pull into three-dimensional form.
  3. Click then push or pull the shape as desired. Click again.
  4. Enlarge the object as much as wanted. Add more structure.
  5. Play around with adding holes, windows or other elements by cutting out shapes within the 3D shape.
  6. Make the rectangle/square as desired.
  7. Click and enlarge the shape by using the trackpad.
  8. Pan:
  9. You press wherever you want to move the frame to the point of view that you desire.
  10. Zoom:
  11. You can use this tool to zoom in closer.
  12. Orbit:
  13. This tool will help you to view around object and see how it look from all sides and view what you may need to edit.
  14. Zoom Extents: is the first of view of the object/model for more explanations it’s like a view showing the object from the view of top to bottom to be fit to screen size.
Google Sketckup - Using the pencil, move and eraser tools Pencil
  1. Google Sketchup - Using the pencil, move and eraser tools
  2. Pencil: WHile using the pencil you can form lines wherever you might desire.
  3. Move: its when you use the pencil to move the line up/down with the move tool.
  4. Eraser: is to erase lines/objects/shapes to edit it when it’s erased
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