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Stefan

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February 23, 2018 - 9:01 am
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Hi, depending on what you’re doing it might be better to use mobile or fixed shelves. However, you would need to sign up for Premium Support so one of our technical people could help you. You would then also be able to use our cut list and plan processing service free of charge to receive the information you need to build your projects. Thanks

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Stefan, thank you so much for your help.

I am just an amateur fan of wood amateur designer.

I attached the file I am using, just because I am not able to fix the size when I add the division resize to a new height of size, sure I am doing something wrong.

Very good program.

Thank you Stefan

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Hi José, we don’t offer a handbook, instead you learn the software through watching the videos, starting with those on the download pages. Premium Support gives you access to all videos. You can then ask your technical questions too on our technical forums.

To answer your question in general terms though, Polyboard works by starting with a box and you add elements like an upright or shelf, doors and drawers. You can set these at a distance from each other. If you change the overall dimensions, the divisions will move to keep the same relative values in respect of each other.

Let us know what your situation is – are you a woodwork business, part time woodworker or amateur designer for example. We can then advise you on the best way forward to learn how to use the software. Thanks

Below is your full question, I think something was missed off when you cut/pasted into the forum:

Hello, I would like know if there exist some handbook for learn more, also I would like know how can use and make for the measures do not move each time I put some divisions and resize them the idea itself that the given size do not modify by its own.

Very Good software

Thank you

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Hello, I would like know if there exist some handbook for learn more, also I would like know how can use and make for the measures do not move each time I put some divisions and resize them the idea itself that the given size do not modify by its own.

Very Good software

Thank you

Regards
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