A Single-user license is associated with one person. That individual can install the license on up to 2 computers he or she is using, but only one computer can run SketchUp Pro at a particular time. To use your license on another computer, or transfer your license to a new computer, please note the following steps: If you'll no longer be using it, remove your license from your current computer following the steps in the How to Remove a License article. Install SketchUp on the new computer.
If you haven't downloaded and installed SketchUp, please do so. Double-click on the SketchUp 2015 icon on the Desktop. On the "Welcome to SketchUp" dialog, click the Add License
PC In order to successfully install and authorize SketchUp Pro, you must first log in to Windows as a user who has either Administrator or Power User rights. Once successfully installed and authorized, SketchUp Pro requires a Windows profile with at least Power User permissions. You may need to contact your Help Desk or IT department to assist you with these changes.
You have 30 days from the time of purchase (not the time of download) to return a SketchUp Pro commercial license for a full refund. After 30 days, you will not be able to obtain a refund. To cancel your SketchUp Pro license, please contact the Customer Support team.
To move a license file to a new server or shared folder:
SketchUp comes in Make (free and for non-commercial use) and Pro versions (paid and for commercial use). You can also learn more about the features of SketchUp Pro or look at a comparison of the two versions. The Pro version of SketchUp empowers design professionals to explore and communicate complex design concepts.
Yes, there are quantity discounts available when purchasing multiple copies of SketchUp Pro at the same time. For more information, visit the "Buy" section of the SketchUp website at http://sketchup.com/.
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Absolutely not. Any educator who is teaching any subject, computer-related or not, qualifies for a free Educator License. We're interested to see what you'll do with it. Think it might be of benefit to your Spanish class? History? Physics? We think so, too. Request a license and let us know how things went.
The only difference between educational licenses and commercial licenses is that educational licenses have an expiration date. Functionally, there's no difference at all - both licenses allow you to do exactly the same things in SketchUp. Because educational licenses expire, though, we're able to offer free version upgrades on educational licensees, and no maintenance fees. Commercial licenses never expire, but there is an additional cost to upgrade (or an additional cost when buying a new license), unless otherwise noted.