I am totally new to SketchUp and this is my first post.
I am trying to customizing the toolbar, but could not know how to do it! I googled it, and all the results I got shows something in the interface which dose not apply to mine! Here is a link which did not help:
As @MikeWayzovski pointed out, the link you provided isn’t for Sketchup, it is for the companion program Layout. Your screenshots show that you are talking about Sketchup.
The link Mike gave you is the correct one for Sketchup.
What is it you are trying to do?
In your first Screenshot did you click on ‘Toolbars…’ in the view menu? This will open the Toolbar dialog that allows you to customise the toolbars.
Sorry about the confusion … I am still very new to SketchUp and I did not pay attention that the link was talking about different software!
Yes, I installed SketchUp just as you said, and yes, I have the same screen on my SketchUp just like the screenshot you provided. But I still do not understand how to customize the toolbars? I am just able to enable or disable them … is that all it can be done on SketchUp?
I created new toolbar, but could not find a way to fill it with buttons except when the “Toolbars” windows is open, by dragging buttons to it from other toolbars … is this the correct way?
By the way, since the last 3 days, I have been watching a lot of video training programs to learn using SketchUp and am already comfortable with the interface and with the way how SketchUp work … very easy indeed.
The main differences are Pro includes the Solid Tools set and has a bunch of import and export file options that Make doesn’t include. Pro also comes with LayOut and Style Builder. Note that Make is only for personal non-commercial hobby use. If you are using SketchUp for anything else, you must get a Pro license.