Partial Edition eBooks
Covering up to Version17.7
Learning Punch ® Series - Basic & Advanced Training
This eBook contains all the necessary elements to learn and master the hub of the programs, covering Versions 17.7 (Windows) and 17.5.7 (Mac).

The information can be used and accessed in different ways.
  
Following the entire eBook provides a complete training to learn the programs, not only by following tutorials and guides, but understanding how the program thinks.

The tutorials show the “How To” for specific uses: How to start a project? How to insert a picture and landscape it? How to create a walk-out basement? How to slope a lot? Just to name a few.  
  
The Visual Guides are graphic solutions that allow the visualization of the tools’ concepts.

Questions and answers by topic and general issues that reflect the most asked and answered posts at the Community Forums.
  
Topics and tools are linked on the screen, so, while you are consulting an item, you can easily access the additional information.
 
You can search the information by content, by topic or by keyword.

The constructive elements include the necessary technical information. For example: the roof chapter includes a glossary explaining the names of the different parts of a roof as well as the name and development of 21 different types of roofs. Or, if you wish to develop a staircase, for example, you will find not only how to create it using Punch! Software (R), but also, how stairs are calculated in real life.

The eBook contains 244 pages with more than 44,000 words and 525 images and graphics.
Learning Punch ®  Series - Power Tools
The Power Tools are explained separately with guides and tutorials. The eBook contains 207 pages with more than 29000 words and 440 images and graphics.

The general issues and tutorials reflect the most asked and answered posts at the Community Forums. 

The Visual Guides are graphic solutions that allow the visualization of the tools’ concepts.  

As each chapter is independent from the others, each tool has their full content, even if other tools share the information. 

Topics and tools are linked on the screen, so, while you are consulting an item, you can easily access the related information. 

As with the previous releases, you can read the entire eBook or you can check just the desired power tool. In addition, you can search the information by content, by topic or by keyword. 

This eBook covers the Power Tools included with the different titles of the program, covering Versions 17.7 (Windows) and 17.5.7 (Mac).
Learning Punch ®  Series - Importing, Exporting & Printing
How to prepare a picture to import? How to import a material? How to import a CAD file? How to create an accessory? How to print without a waste of paper? How to print an Elevation? How to print to scale? How to create a PDF? How to print the RealView elements? How to import objects from other sources? 

This eBook contains a collection of tutorials covering the export, import and printing issues for all the versions up to Version 17.7 (Windows) and 17.5.7 (Mac).

In addition, you will find the all questions and answers about these issues, reflecting the most asked and answered posts at the Community Forums. 

Learning Punch ®  Series - Mini-Tutorials - Free eBook
The well-known Punchhelpers' tutorials compiled and updated, with new texts and Images as well as a new collection of frequently asked questions and useful answers about different topics.

For all the programs up to Versions 17.7 (Windows) and 17.5.7 (Mac).

In addition, you will find all the questions and answers about these issues, reflecting the most asked and answered posts at the Community Forums.
Designing Your Dream Home
“Designing Your Dream Home” is the answer to the countless questions that home owners find themselves asking during the design of their projects. 

- This eBook is the perfect companion to Pat’s Training eBooks. It includes more than 200 pages and 475 images.
  
- Review the design concepts and conflicts by reading and visualizing them in 2D and 3D Using Punch! Software. 

- Find and avoid conflicts with Doors, Stairs, Bathrooms, etc.
 
- Learn about the necessary and minimum dimensions and clearances for a kitchen design.
 
- Evaluate the characteristics of your openings.
 
- Define your Architectural Style for houses and outdoor spaces.
 
- Study the different aspects of the building envelope.
 
- Inspect the different Green options such as modulating materials, energy efficient solutions, etc.
*Disclaimer: We don't sell eBooks directly, please click on the links to be redirected to the eBooks' distributors. 

If you wish to learn more, check out our eBook presentation!

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- The "Horizontal" button in the "Selection" menu controls the automatic centering of an element. 

- To change the order of elements - i.e. place an element below another in a "relative" positioned container (like most of the content in the sections), use the Element Explorer on the left: green "arrow buttons" will appear when it is possible to change the order. Icons under an element and above the element group allow to put elements onto the same "line" and modify alignment.
 
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